Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

Although written by a pastor with immediate application to pastors, this book should find an audience among all sorts of leaders: parents, teachers, businessmen, etc. – anyone who desires to receive encouragement and sound practical advice in leading others for the glory of Christ. Iron sharpens iron. Hunt’s book sharpened me. online.worldmag.com Sherry Rodriguez – […]


I just wanted to thank you and your team for your excellent work on the book ‘Multi-Site Churches’. I lead a church in Melbourne, Australia with about 6000 people attending each week (10 church gatherings in 4 locations). The learnings were very helpful for us. Being so far away from the USA, its a bit […]


Unchurched young adults are more open to your church than you might have thought previously, according to Lost and Found. This book shows surprising research about the spiritual attitudes of unchurched 20-somethings. It will also introduce you to churches that are successfully reaching this tough-to-find demographic – and the principles they use to do so. […]


“Augustine as Mentor builds on sound scholarship and research. Smither not only displays his own familiarity with a multitude of secondary works but more impressively his extensive working knowledge of the voluminous Augustinian corpus from the Latin sources. The volume’s style is straight forward, systematic and well organized. No fluff is found here. Often using […]


“It’s no secret that young adults are unplugging or never getting plugged into to a local church. Lost and Found tackles this trend head-on to uncover the disconnect between them and the church . . . One of the refreshing things about Lost and Found is what it does not do. The authors do not […]


From sbcIMPACT:  “Ed Stetzer is a genius—he is able to make statistics interesting!  He speaks with both authority and humility . . . but he is careful not to use research as the basis of truth. He recognizes that truth comes from God’s Word— something Lost and Found is careful to remember. He is not […]


Bob Logan, founder and president of CoachNet International Ministries, has endorsed a new book by Steve Ogne and Tim Roehl entitled TransforMissional Coaching: Empowering Missional Leaders in a Changing Ministry World. He says: “TransforMissional Coaching brings three essential elements of successful ministry together:  coaching, mission, and transformation.  I highly recommend this book to anyone who […]


Gary B. Reinecke, executive director of InFocus, Inc., has endorsed a new book by Steve Ogne and Tim Roehl entitled TransforMissional Coaching: Empowering Missional Leaders in a Changing Ministry World. He says: “TransforMissional Coaching is birthed from the crucible of empowering leaders in the trenches of ministry. This work makes a strategic contribution to coaching […]


Hugh Halter, author of The Tangible Kingdom, has endorsed a new book by Steve Ogne and Tim Roehl entitled TransforMissional Coaching: Empowering Missional Leaders in a Changing Ministry World. He says: “Missional life and leadership remain docile concepts until someone is moved to action. Deconstructing failure without a way forward is nothing but hot air. […]


Leighton Ford, author of Transforming Leadership, has endorsed a new book by Steve Ogne and Tim Roehl entitled TransforMissional Coaching: Empowering Missional Leaders in a Changing Ministry World. He says: “If you want to know how to coach (or be coached), you can start with this book. It’s an excellent manual. More importantly, if you […]