What's New In Church Leadership?
Creative Responses To The Changing Pattern Of Church Life
by Malcolm Grundy
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Local church life is changing dramatically. Once familiar and established patterns of leadership are giving way to new and emerging forms of ordained and lay ministries; clergy now often work in teams with resposibility for large groups of churches, and many congregations are exploring entirely new ways of serving their local communties through initiatives like Fresh Expressions.
Membership of traditional denominations may be falling, secular culture may be hostile to the church, yet there is genuine spiritual hunger that cries out for satisfaction. Challenges and opportunities on such a scale require fresh and innovative thinking about what new styles of leadership are needed in the vastly changed landscape in which churches now find themselves.
This is a book for all involved in church leadership at the local or structural level. It draws on leadership theory and practice from a wide range of disciplines to offer some creative techniques and solutions, especially in relation to:
Nurturing vocation and skills
Enhancing team ministry and collaborative working
Making leadership at the strategic level effective
Sustaining new models of church
Growing through change - and resistance to change!
What's New In Church Leadership? by Malcolm Grundy was published by Canterbury Press in May 2007 and is our 24446th best seller. The ISBN for What's New In Church Leadership? is 9781853117992.
|Page last updated||23rd December 2010|
|Author / Artist||Malcolm Grundy|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (May 2007)|
|Number of Pages||218|