• Skills for Safeguarding: A Guide to Preventing Abuse and Fostering Healing in the Church, By Lisa Compton and Taylor Patterson
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    Skills for Safeguarding

    A Guide to Preventing Abuse and Fostering Healing in the Church

    by Lisa Compton and Taylor Patterson

    Christians are called to serve abuse survivors and cultivate a culture that protects the vulnerable. Designed specifically for Christian organizations, this textbook on safeguarding trains and equips pastors, mental health professionals, and all church members to prevent abuse, act when abuse happens, and promote healing for survivors.

  • Reviving Mission: Awakening to the Everyday Movement of God, By Linson Daniel and Jon Hietbrink and Eric Rafferty
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    Reviving Mission

    Awakening to the Everyday Movement of God

    by Linson Daniel, Jon Hietbrink, and Eric Rafferty

    God is leading us into a new season of renewal and revival. Apostolic mission leaders Linson Daniel, Jon Hietbrink, and Eric Rafferty invite us into everyday mission in the way of Jesus with this integrative model that brings together spirituality, calling, and formation to equip the whole community to encounter God's movement in fresh ways.

  • You Found Me: New Research on How Unchurched Nones, Millennials, and Irreligious Are Surprisingly Open to Christian Faith, By Rick Richardson
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    You Found Me

    New Research on How Unchurched Nones, Millennials, and Irreligious Are Surprisingly Open to Christian Faith

    by Rick Richardson
    Foreword by Ed Stetzer

    New research shows that unchurched Americans are surprisingly more receptive to the Christian faith that is commonly assumed. Rick Richardson presents his research that reveals best practices to reached the unchurched and shows how churches and organizations can be transformed into places where conversion growth becomes the new normal.

  • The Softer Side of Leadership: Essential Soft Skills That Transform Leaders and the People They Lead, By Eugene B. Habecker
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    The Softer Side of Leadership

    Essential Soft Skills That Transform Leaders and the People They Lead

    by Eugene B. Habecker
    With Marylou Habecker

    Drawing from his thirty-five years as a CEO, popular leadership literature, and the Scriptures, Eugene Habecker makes the case of the integration of soft skills, like emotional intelligence and character quality, in building healthier professional and personal lives and healthier organizations.

  • La misión cristiana en el mundo moderno, By John R. W. Stott and Christopher J. H. Wright
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    La misión cristiana en el mundo moderno

    by John R. W. Stott and Christopher J. H. Wright
    Foreword by Ruth Padilla DeBorst

    En esta edición actualizada y expandida por Christopher J. H. Wright, John Stott presenta una visión duradera e integral de la misión cristiana que incluye el evangelismo y la acción social. Stott nos regala una manera bíblica de hacer la misión que enfatiza tanto las necesitades espirituales como las físicas del mundo.

  • Invest in Transformation: Quit Relying on Trust, By Tod Bolsinger
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    Invest in Transformation

    Quit Relying on Trust

    Practicing Change Series

    by Tod Bolsinger
    Illustrated by Mark Demel
    Foreword by Marty Linsky

    We must invest trust to experience transformation. Groups that have become skeptical need leadership to refuel a sense of community and continuity if change is going to happen. But trust can be easily hoarded or squandered. In this volume in the Practicing Change Series, Tod Bolsinger outlines steps to envision trust for the sake of growth.

  • Leading Through Resistance: Quit Pushing Back, By Tod Bolsinger
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    Leading Through Resistance

    Quit Pushing Back

    Practicing Change Series

    by Tod Bolsinger
    Illustrated by Mark Demel
    Foreword by Marty Linsky

    People don't resist change—they resist loss. Leading people who struggle to see the future feels impossible. As hesitancy overwhelms, we can't eliminate change, but we can chart a steady course through it. In this volume in the Practicing Change Series, Tod Bolsinger teaches courage and empathy for communities stuck in the loss of the past.

  • The Mission Always Wins: Quit Appeasing Stakeholders, By Tod Bolsinger
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    The Mission Always Wins

    Quit Appeasing Stakeholders

    Practicing Change Series

    by Tod Bolsinger
    Illustrated by Mark Demel
    Foreword by Marty Linsky

    Change requires tough decisions. But when the focus is blurred, how can we stay on track? It's time to further the mission—not the boss, not the team, not the stakeholders. In this volume in the Practicing Change Series, Tod Bolsinger guides us through naming competing values and realigning the driving purpose with missional clarity.

  • How Not to Waste a Crisis: Quit Trying Harder, By Tod Bolsinger
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    How Not to Waste a Crisis

    Quit Trying Harder

    Practicing Change Series

    by Tod Bolsinger
    Illustrated by Mark Demel
    Foreword by Marty Linsky

    Crisis is an opportunity to stop trying harder and begin embracing adaptability. In this first volume in the Practicing Change Series, Tod Bolsinger explores how the upheaval you find yourself in can reframe your leadership and revive your team. When your church or nonprofit needs fresh vision, take these steps to learn how to lead anew.

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    Sacred Attachment

    Escaping Spiritual Exhaustion and Trusting in Divine Love

    by Michael John Cusick

    Where do you turn when trauma leaves you feeling lost, ashamed, exhausted, and spinning in spiritual uncertainty? With raw honesty, Michael John Cusick shares his own zigzagging path to authentic faith and reveals how you can reimagine life with God in a way that repairs wounds and deeply satisfies your soul.

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