Framework Leadership: Position Yourself for Transformational ChangeKent Ingle

frameworkleadershipIn Framework Leadership, Kent Ingle creates a framework of suggestions that provide clarity, direction, and purpose to transform your vision into reality. He will teach you how to develop an awareness of your driving passion, the discipline to see divine opportunities, and the courage to act.

You’ve been created for greatness, intended to do something significant, special, and meaningful. Throughout the pages of Framework Leadership, you’ll find out how to share this vision with others, and help them discover the greatness within themselves!

Mission Possible: Structuring Your Church for Missional Effectiveness, Kay Kotan

51fbwdsw9tlDoes your church have more committee positions to fill than people to fill them? Does your church struggle to make timely decisions aligned with the purpose of your church? Do you have a desire to structure your church in order to be more nimble, relevant, and faithful in reaching new people? If so, you have come to the right place!

Meetings are not ministry! Lets get back to doing ministry and meeting way less. In this book aimed at United Methodists, the author provides practical, field-tested steps and processes to simplify your church structure allowing more people to actually be in ministry. Too often churches simplify their structure by only having fewer people gather at the meeting table. But real simplification and accountable leadership that allows ministry to occur with complicated steps takes adaptive change. Kay walks you through both the technical and adaptive changes to simplify your structure for missional effectiveness.

Changing Your Equation, Roe and Don Polczynski

41mzejpv3ql-_sx322_bo1204203200_Roe and Don Polczynski Jr. worked hard and gave back to others, but after years of struggling, they were asking the same question: When do we reach our goals?

They realized they must alter their vision of their ideal future or alter themselves. They could stay on their current path and accept that they would not achieve their goals or find some way to obtain what they wanted.

Worksheets, illustrations and tools at the end of each chapter lead you to a better awareness of how different components in your life affect your situation.

Gospel Driven Leadership: 5 Non-Negotiable, Unchanging, and Eternal Principles for Leading Like Jesus, Ryan J Pelton

416kseuibl-_sx311_bo1204203200_With straightforward, yet profound, principles, examples, and Scriptures, experienced church planter, pastor, and author Ryan J. Pelton, will guide you to lead like Jesus.

In a day when leadership is top down, authoritarian, and devoid of grace. We need a new leader and leadership in every realm of society.

The process of becoming a Gospel Centered Leader begins with God and moves into non-negotiable, unchanging, and eternal principles guaranteed to transform your leadership style, and impact others.

Captured by Vision, George W. Bullard

51noidzfivl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Will you keep drowning worms in the pond of possibilities, hoping to yank a vision from the water that will feed your church for a day? Or will you immerse yourself on a spiritual and strategic journey that will lead to your capture by God’s vision for your congregation?

This book will help your congregation understand what it means to be captured by God’s empowering vision. Through vision, God will empower congregations and pull them forward toward their full Kingdom potential so you don’t have to be behind them pushing!

Through 101 insights this book explains how you do not seek and find a vision, as much as you put yourself into a spiritual position to be captured by God’s unique, empowering vision. Does your congregation long to embark on such a journey? Do you want to be more than you are? Do you want to move beyond “good enough” to “exceptional” in meeting the real needs of real people in real time?

Enduring Ministry: Toward a Lifetime of Christian Leadership, Samuel D. Rahberg

51aq8ucgnbl-_sx331_bo1204203200_For many Christian leaders, the experience of ministry includes enough conflict and disappointment to soon wear off the patina of one’s initial enthusiasm. And yet relief and renewal seems too often out of reach. What happens in this season of ministry is more than a matter of whether or not a Christian leader can persist. It is, in fact, possible for a person to engage the call to maturity at the juncture of discipleship and leadership. Enduring Ministry is designed for those who seek this more durable way forward, one that is infused with grace and inspired by good mission.

In Enduring Ministry, Samuel Rahberg draws on insights from the monastic tradition, the ministry of spiritual direction, and the practice of Christian leadership to support and empower women and men for continued ministries in the church, helping them turn from merely enduring to lasting, effective, and vibrant Christian leadership.

Navigating the Waves of Change: Change Is Constant in a Dynamic Church, David Biser

519xpsw4gbl-_sx322_bo1204203200_In Navigating the Waves of Change, you will discover key principles that every church will need to incorporate no matter what change is happening. The book is written for pastors and church leaders alike by a pastor who has lived through significant changes. Since change is happening every day, you are most likely asking questions about how to navigate through the waves in a way that will take you into a bright future.

While the timeless message of Jesus Christ does not change, congregations need to change from time to time to reach those who God has called to. Being willing to make those changes means the difference between congregational life or death.

Spiritual Leadership: A Biblical Theology of the Role of the Spirit in the Leadership of God’s People, David Huffstutler

51bxmbth68l-_sx331_bo1204203200_How should we see the Spirit at work in spiritual leaders today? How did the Spirit work through spiritual leaders in the Bible? While many books on spiritual leadership look at the culture around us and offer sound advice from biblical principles, this study asks Scripture first what the Spirit did through spiritual leaders in the Bible in order to figure out what the Spirit should be doing through spiritual leaders today.