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Steering Through Chaos: Mapping a Clear Direction for Your Church in the Midst of Transition and Change
The challenges of leadership often multiply during times of transition. Blending perceptive, visionary principles with a passion to please God, Scott Wilson examines how to effectively lead a church through the process of change. Transitions addressed include the building of new facilities, the changing of staff structure, the addition of new services, and the transition to becoming a multi-site ministry, among others. Each chapter includes discussion questions, making this an ideal resource for a church staff or leadership team.During the struggles of transition, doubts and fears will inevitably arise. At those moments, leaders need assurance that they have a real and authentic vision from God. Scott encourages leaders to follow their call to lead with confidence, courage, and an unwavering commitment to push through the challenges that come with change.read more
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All change is profound. From minute details to paradigm shifts, change awakens imagination, passion, and possibility. At the same time, change creates stress, anxiety, and upheaval. Even in it’s best forms, change is chaos; and chaos is pain. Drawing from a wealth of personal experience, as well as the stories of other ministry leaders, Wilson plots a course for church leaders to guide, inspire, and encourage – in short, lead – through times of change. If leadership is a stewardship, then, Wilson argues, change is a time for evaluation and investment: evaluating the fruitfulness of past investments (relational, strategic, and spiritual), and reinvesting those dividends toward new strategies and renewed vision. Wilson offers valuable insights on the roles that vision, timing, strategy, prayer, and celebration play in leading through transition, as well as more general wisdom on the demands of leadership (e.g. the roles of mentoring, authenticity, communication, and endurance). In all, Wilson’s work is a useful tool for pastors leading through change: A-read more
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