Leading Change When Nobody Wants It
Change is difficult, even small change.
One of the most important factors in the health of a church is the manner in which its leaders initiate and handle change. It is especially critical in the established church.
“If there is anyone who should understand change, it is us Christians. We have been changed by Christ and are constantly being changed by Him. But the reality is that leading change is always difficult, even when people say they desire change. Sam is a wise thinker, strategist, and leader and yet he is a pastor who loves people deeply and desires to navigate change redemptively and pastorally. His book will serve as a great resource for leaders who know change must occur and yet desire to implement change in the best way possible.”
- Four Hurdles to Change
- Why Your Church Resists the Concept of Change
- Why Your Church Resists the Implementation of Change
- Why the Status Quo is So Tempting (and Dangerous)
- Twelve Foundational Principles for Change When Nobody Wants It
- Balancing the Tensions of Leading Change
Sam serves as the president of Church Answers. He is also the lead pastor of West Bradenton Baptist Church and the co-host of the Est.Church podcast. Sam co-founded Rainer Publishing and serves as the president of Revitalize Network. He has a wonderful wife, four fun children, a smart old dog, a dumb young dog, and a cat his daughters insisted on keeping.
Sam has a B.S. in Finance and Marketing from the University of South Carolina, an M.A. in Missiology from Southern Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies from Dallas Baptist University.
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