There's no scoreboard in the sanctuary, and the only plate is probably for the offering. But every church leader needs to know how to win, and every congregation needs to know when to cheer. This insightful book speaks to every church leader who yearns for a simpler, more effective approach to ministry. An engaging parable about one overwhelmed pastor is followed by an overview of seven successful team practices, each one developed and applied in a ministry setting. Reinforced by relevant discussion questions, these clear, easy, and strategic practices can turn any ministry into a winning team.
Your ministry is perfectly designed to produce the results you are currently experiencing. If you are satisfied with those results, you don't need this book. If not, it's time for a change. Like your own personal trainer, 7 Practices of Effective Ministry is an insightful guide for any leader who yearns for a simpler, more effective approach to ministry. Here are seven strategic principles that when put into play will bring focus and clarity to everything you do and turn your ministry into a winning team.
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This book contains a lot of really good ideas. We can use the seven practices for effective ministry to better define and refine what we are doing.
There is no shortage of resources on better ways to do ministry. The question is, are they useful? This book is literally one of the most valuable books written. While it is NorthPoint centric, the principles are timeless. And honestly, if there were more teams focused like NP, would that be a bad thing?
This book is very eye-opening us a new ways of doing ministry. If you are looking hot looking at how to make your ministry more effective this is a great book for you
Andy Stanley is a great leaders with vision in mind
too many, if you read my notes, you will think I am translating the book...
don't miss this book , it could be used anywhere...
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