Who Moved My Pulpit?

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By: Rainer, Thom

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ISBN: 9781433643873

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Who Moved My Pulpit? may not be the exact question you’re asking. But you’re certainly asking questions about change in the church—where it’s coming from, why it’s happening, and how you’re supposed to hang on and follow God through it—even get out ahead of it so your church is faithfully meeting its timeless calling and serving the new opportunities of this age.

Based on conversations with thousands of pastors, combined with on-the-ground research from more than 50,000 churches, best-selling author Thom S. Rainer shares an eight-stage roadmap to leading change in your church. Not by changing doctrine. Not by changing biblical foundations. But by changing methodologies and approaches for reaching a rapidly changing culture.

You are the pastor. You are the church staff person. You are an elder. You are a deacon. You are a key lay leader in the church. This is the book that will equip you to celebrate and lead change no matter the cost.

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1 review for Who Moved My Pulpit?

  1. Robert Rhodes

    A short and easy to read book, that is full of God-given wisdom for any Christian who wants to lead change in their church, but isn’t sure where to start. This book is particularly helpful in how to address various types of church members regarding changes that are vital to the church and its future.

    “Stop and PRAY” is a quote in this book that has impacted me deeply, because my zeal for the Lord’s church and attempting change in my struggling church, meant that I was moving in my own strength, not the Lord’s. That would’ve meant that my efforts were doomed from the get-go.

    As I read, it was as if Dr Rainer had actually visited my church, and then wrote this book. Perhaps you will testify in the same way after having read the book?

    I highly recommend “Who Moved My Pulpit?” as it will help Christians in determining the necessary framework and direction for leading change in their church, that has first been bathed in prayer.

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