Item description for The Missional Leader: Equipping Your Church to Reach a Changing World (Leadership Network Publication) by Alan Roxburgh, Fred Romanuk & Eddie Gibbs...
Overview This book gives church and denominational leaders, pastors, and clergy a clear model for leading the change necessary to create and foster a missional church focused outward to spread the message of the Gospel into the surrounding community.
Publishers Description Talks about how church leaders can change their focus from internal to external. This book gives church and denominational leaders, pastors, and clergy a clear model for leading the change necessary to create and foster a missional church, focused outward to spread the message of the Gospel into the surrounding community. The Missional Leader: Equipping Your Church to Reach a Changing World focuses on principles rather than institutional forms, shows readers how to move away from church as usual, and demonstrates what capacities, environments, and mindsets are required to lead a missional church. Alan Roxburgh (Vancouver, BC, Canada) is President of Missional Leadership Institute (MLI) and has pastored congregations in small towns, urban centers, and the suburbs. Fred Romanuk (Vancouver, BC, Canada) also at MLI, is a psychologist, who has worked with large national and international organizations in the management of change.
From The Book Jacket Missional churches are not about a particular program or isolated projects (such as mission trips or youth ministry). At the very heart of a missional church is a gathering of people who are concerned with the bigger purpose of bringing God's word into the larger community outside their walls.</p> <p> In The Missional Leader, consultants Alan J. Roxburgh and Fred Romanuk give church and denominational leaders, pastors, and clergy a clear model for leading the change necessary to create and foster a missional church focused outward to spread the message of the Gospel into the surrounding community. The Missional Leader emphasizes principles rather than institutional forms, shows readers how to move away from "church as usual," and demonstrates what capacities, environments, and mindsets are required to lead a missional church. <p>Experts in the field of missional leadership, Roxburgh and Romanuk outline a strategic change model that can be implemented to help transform a congregation and its leaders. They also present the factors that define the character of an effective missional leader and show how a pastor and other clergy can lead their congregation to best serve their church and larger community. <p>Ultimately, this book helps to guide church leaders to cultivate a local church environment where God is the center of conversation and God shapes the focus and work of the people.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 6.34" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2006
Publisher John Wiley And Sons
Series Leadership Network Publication
ISBN 078798325X ISBN13 9780787983253
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More About Alan Roxburgh, Fred Romanuk & Eddie Gibbs
Alan J. Roxburgh is a pastor, teacher, writer, and consultant with more than thirty years' experience in church leadership, consulting, and seminary education. He works with the Allelon Missional Leadership Network in the formation of leaders for the missional church.
Fred Romanuk is an organizational psychologist who has led strategic planning initiatives for many large organizations in Canada and the United States. He has also worked with senior executives in assessing and developing the capabilities of people in leadership roles.
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the real deal Nov 1, 2006
Alan Roxburgh has finally pulled together all the pieces that he has been writing about and teaching for a number of years. Some of this stuff he taught in a course I took with him 14 years ago at McMaster. He highlights the character required, the skills required, and the processes required, of pastors seeking to innovate toward the missionally-engaged congregation. There are far too many people using the term "missional" to signify whatever they want. Alan and the others in the Gospel and Culture Network are giving us principles, practice and definitions that do justice to what Newbigin meant when he started some of us using the term long before it became vogue.