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Soliloquy No.7 by chris mcGough

Soliloquy No.7

Addressing Hidden Influences That Quietly Erode Church Leaders

by chris mcGough

Pages: 276

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

Category
  • RELIGION - Christian Ministry - Pastoral Resources
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Spiritual Growth

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662801099

Price : $17.99





Type : Dust Jacket

ISBN : 9781662801105

Price : $32.99



Are you the type of leader who would intentionally allow your ministry effectiveness to be undermined? Do you blindly pursue after emerging trends in ministry and in culture that might lead you into pitfalls? Would you consciously let your own thoughts and feelings influence and misguide you in your decision-making? Probably not.
When you give an account of your leadership to God, I’m sure you’ll want to have done everything you can to hear him say, “Well done!” Soliloquy № 7 looks to the timeless wisdom of Solomon and exposes five areas where church leaders like you can become susceptible to developing flaws in your thinking and make your ministry ineffective. You’ll discover how these mental mistakes affect the way you think when it comes to:
• Defining and achieving success in ministry
• Being missionally relevant and culturally relevant
• Making disciples and building ministries
• Responding to difficult people, situations, and seasons of ministry
• Deciding when to “Go with the flow” or “Go against the grain”
Soliloquy № 7 takes a unique approach to explore these issues, challenging you to contemplate, clarify, and re-calibrate your thought process so you can lead with a new paradigm of how you think in ministry.

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Chris McGough
BA, Bible/Theology | MA, Christian Ministries
 
Chris McGough, MA, serves as a Professor on the faculty of the Theology & Global Church Ministries department at Evangel University where he teaches courses in youth ministry and church leadership. With over twenty-five years of full-time ministry experience, he has served on staff in both the church and on the university campus, ministering to young people in a pastoral role. A student of both biblical history and current culture, Chris is a lateral-thinking strategist whose aim is to prepare church leaders for a future of effective ministry. He enjoys life with his wife and two children in Springfield, MO.

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