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Leadership for a Changing Church

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Change is the one constant on which the leaders of tomorrow's church can rely. Changes in technology, changes in social structures, and changes in the church are happening at such a rapid pace that pastors and other church leaders share Mark Twain's despair of ever keeping up with it all. The key is to train yourself for change itself. Change has become the "shape of the r ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published March 1st 1998 by Abingdon Press
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Stephen
Jul 23, 2011 rated it liked it
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Nice piece focusing on the role leaders play in making and interpreting meaning for organizations. Best quotes, "It is important for meaning-making leaders to peer into the purposiveness of God's kingdom in order to escape the distracting chaos of the moment" (p. 29), and "When organizations, including churches, try to be and to do everything for everybody all at once, they make a common discovery. They are aiming at too many targets simultaneously and, consequently, are apt to miss
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