Native American Contextual Ministry: Making the Transition

Book, 2017, 2017 pp
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Casey Church believes that if Native American churches are to be effective and fruitful, they must take advantage of the Native cultural context. As a result of his research on organizational change, barriers to change, and the best approaches to making change, Church is able to help pastors and church leaders develop a better understanding of the transitions and changes they will face when they transition to a Native American Contextual Ministry.

Church introduces ideas and approaches for making change and transition achievable without anxiety and fear. Learning about the process of change and transition will provide 'handles' that can be used to manage change and transition to create the Native church of the future. Written specifically to encourage those who are ready for change, this book contains personal experiences, specific situations, proven approaches, and practical advice for pastors and laity to approach change and transition with confidence.

Also see other books in the Centre for Pentecostal Theology Native North American Contextual Movement Series.

TypePrint
AudienceAdults
LanguageEnglish
PublisherCherohala Press
ISBN9781935931645

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