What is the difference between intentional interim ministry and traditional interim ministry? When do you need to consider a more intentional approach during pastoral transition? This video outlines the two models and how they can be used in your church.
The longer version of the Serenity Prayer has a phrase in it that has always caused me to stop and ponder what it means. Here's one perspective on what it means to pray, "...accepting hardship as the pathway to peace."
The kind of change most churches today need is "ADAPTIVE" change not just "TECHNICAL" change. An opportune time to begin to make those changes is during pastoral transition. This video makes the case for adaptive change as necessary for most churches during transition.
It is a privilege to welcome Jeff Allen and the Thrive Coaching Network as a strategic partner with the Transitional Leadership Network (TLN). This partnership brings important skills and tools to TLN as we serve leaders working with churches in transition. Specifically, Jeff's expertise can help equip transitional leaders shift church culture and build disciple-making momentum during a season of transition.
The Thrive Coaching Network catalyzes disciple-making leaders to be living examples of a multiplication mindset - a paradigm shift moving from addition to multiplication, from scarcity to abundance, and from being fed to bearing fruit. It is a paradigm shift from survive to thrive.
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How do you know if you're a candidate for transitional ministry (also called intentional interim ministry)? Here are seven potential signs (feelings or thoughts) that indicate God might be trying to get your attention and calling you to be a transitional pastor.
These times are very challenging but what if we found a way to see opportunity in our uncertainty? In this video Cam shares three actions that can make make all the difference personally and as we lead congregations.