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CONFLICT

Right Questions for Church Leaders, Volume 3

By Lovett Weems

“Leaders do not need answers. Leaders must have the right questions.” These two sentences introduce one of the most popular features in each issue of Leading Ideas, the online newsletter of the Lewis Center for Church Leadership Read the rest

Right Questions for Church Leaders, Volume 1

By Lovett Weems

“Leaders do not need answers. Leaders must have the right questions.” These two sentences introduce one of the most popular features in each issue of Leading Ideas, the online newsletter of the Lewis Center for Church Leadership Read the rest

Right Questions for Church Leaders, Volume 2

By Lovett Weems

“Leaders do not need answers. Leaders must have the right questions.” These two sentences introduce one of the most popular features in each issue of “Leading Ideas,” the online newsletter of the Lewis Center for Church Leadership Read the rest

Renovate or Die: 10 Ways to Focus Your Church on Mission

By Bob Farr and Kay Kotan

Bob Farr asserts that to change the world, we must first change the Church. As Adam Hamilton says in the Foreword, “Read [this book] carefully with other leaders in your church…You’ll soon discover both Read the rest

The Temperament Model of Behavior: Understanding Your Natural Tendencies

By John T. Cocoris

The reason people do what they do has been studied for thousands of years. It has been well noted that everyone responds differently to the many environmental variable that contribute to a person’s behavior. Nothing, however, … Read the rest

Reaching People Under 40 While Keeping People Over 60: Being Church for All Generations

By Edward H. Hammett and James R. Pierce

“Reaching People Under 40 While Keeping People Over 60: Being Church for All Generations (TCP Leadership Series)”Read the rest

Obstacles in the Established Church: How Leaders Overcome Them

By Sam Reiner

“Many established churches in North America are struggling. But the obituaries are premature. Struggling churches can make a difference again. Many churches have several obstacles in front of them slowing growth and preventing health. While every church Read the rest

Helping: How to Offer, Give, and Receive Help

By Edgar Schein

“• A penetrating analysis of the psychological and social dynamics of helping relationships

• Named one of the best leadership books of 2009 by strategy+business magazine

Helping is a fundamental human activity, but it can also be Read the rest