Canoeing the Mountains by Tod Bolsinger
May 1, 2018
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More and more church leaders feel they are on an adventure into unknown lands. The maps that we’ve used for years in a churched culture no longer guide us well. Tod Bolsinger takes us into this off the map territory with explorers Lewis and Clark who had to navigate a new and totally unexpected world to get to the Pacific Ocean. Using his own “off the map” skills honed in a local church and denominational context, Bolsinger helps church leaders find paths to follow. He tells of both his successes and failures in finding these paths. His book helps the reader discover how to work toward building a church of adaptive change. He wisely points out what church leaders and particularly pastors need to do in this change process so they don’t blow up the ministry—or themselves.
Who should read this book?
Pastors and church leadership who want to navigate the new culture we are living in. Other church members who are interested in the landscape of North American belief and practice that their churches are working in.
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