(This page was created for the Greater Dayton Association of Baptists Executive Committee Meeting.)
Change is inevitable. But how do we make the most of it when it comes? And how can we respond in a way that shows we are confident in God’s purpose, and that he is working through this change, even if we didn’t see it coming.
The Redemptive Leader Framework can help answer these questions.
Change for individuals is hard, and our tendency is to pull away from others until things “settle down.” But God calls us to go through change in biblical community, and wants to use our individual experience of change to influence others who need to change as well.
As pastors and leaders, we have a particular opportunity and responsibility to influence others. That’s why it’s important that we are ready to face change in all forms. And we need to know how to respond in a way that influences and inspires others to place their hope in God.
Do you see the change coming for you church, and need a plan to work towards it?
Is the change you see unbiblical, and you need a strategy to avoid or resist it?
Or is the change affecting your church in an unexpected way, and you don’t know where to start?
The Redemptive Leader Framework can help with any of these situations. It can be used by you personally, applied to your leadership team, and even deployed across the entire congregation you lead.
Read about the Practical Steps you can take.