Missional Map-Making: Skills for Leading in Times of Transition

Book, 2010, 204 pp
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When church leaders decide to make the fundamental missional shift from focusing on the church itself to asking what God is up to in the neighbourhood where their people live, it can be challenging for both leaders and congregants. In this important book, missional leadership expert Alan Roxburgh includes the information and tools leaders need to develop their own maps and chart new paths toward stronger, more vibrant, and more missional congregations. Using the engaging metaphor of map-making, this book explains the perspective and skills needed to lead congregations and denominations over the often unfamiliar terrain of becoming missional.

This book gives leaders the help they need to nurture their church environments to become truly God centred so that God's spirit will guide the mission and the work of their congregations.

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