Just Say Yes!
Give permission and see what happens. Churches say No in a thousand ways to new ideas, ministry initiatives, and creative people. Churches struggle with committees that are no longer conducive to their mission while pastors and laity have become conditioned to view anything new with suspicion and resistance.
Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations
People are searching for a church shaped and sustained by Radical Hospitality, Passionate Worship, Intentional Faith Development, Risk-Taking Mission and Service, and Extravagant Generosity. People are searching for a church shaped and sustained by.
Five Practices of Fruitful Living
The Five Practices approach, now centered on a person's individual faith journey. Five Practices of Fruitful Living provides an honest, practical, and winsome guide to the spiritual journey. By repeating and deepening certain fundamental practices, we cooperate with God in our spiritual growth.
Five Practices of Fruitful Living—Leader guide
The Five Practices approach, now centered on a person's individual faith journey
Five Practices Leader Manual and Media
The Leadership Manual and Media helps leaders see a comprehensive but flexible way that they can make the Five Practices a congregation-wide focus.
Cultivating Fruitfulness: Five Weeks of Prayer and Practice for Congregations
Cultivating Fruitfulness is a congregational resource that inspires participants through 5 weeks of prayer and devotion.
Forty Days of Fruitful Living: Practicing a Life of Grace
Based on Five Practices of Fruitful Living, Forty Days of Fruitful Living guides the individual or small group through daily readings designed to inspire and encourage.
Practicing Extravagant Generosity: Daily Readings on the Grace of Giving
Help implant the heart of giving within a congregation.
The Balancing Act
Invites readers to take a daily look at how to watch for and include God in their lives
Remember the Future
Explore together how congregations can change to become more fruitful for the purposes of Christ.
Ambition in Ministry
The drive to excel. The need to achieve. The desire to compete. These are concerns that face every pastor, but rarely are these issues discussed openly.