Category Archives: change

  1. I see ghosts…

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    23/05/2018 by Chris Green

    ‘Ghosts’ are the habits, practices, customs of the past that don’t have any present value, but the organisation (church, group, whatever) still carries on with them.

  2. It’s never been easier to learn from the best

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    13/11/2017 by Chris Green

    Someone, somewhere, has cracked the puzzle that’s causing your team long meetings and headaches. Or, if they haven’t cracked it, they’re a bit further along the path than you.

  3. The easy part, and the hard part

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    22/09/2016 by Chris Green

    In every leadership task there’s an easy part and a hard part – and they just keep on coming

  4. The Giveaway!

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    02/06/2016 by Chris Green

    Yup, I have ten copies of Thom Rainer’s new book ‘Who moved my pulpit?’ to give away (thanks, Thom!).

    All you have to be in with a chance is to subscribe to my email list!

  5. GIVEAWAY! Thom Rainer, ‘Who Moved My Pulpit?’

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    20/05/2016 by Chris Green

    From June 1st I’m going to be running a giveaway for copies of Thom Rainer’s new book, ‘Who Moved My Pulpit? Leading Change in the Church’. Stay tuned for more details! You can download a sample chapter from this post.

  6. It’s out!

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    19/06/2015 by Chris Green

    ‘Cutting to the Heart’ is now out, and available from 10ofthose here. It is also available as a Kindle edition for both …
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  7. Imagine a church without students (Most of us have to)

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    16/04/2015 by Chris Green

    Many of us were deeply influenced for Christ by the churches we went to while we were at university. Those …
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From Now On: first steps for new Christians

Launch dayJune 1st, 2018
You can now order 'From Now On from The Good Book Company

New resource

Pastors are busy, and leading a church is a demanding task.  That’s why I wrote this e-bookchecklist: The Pastor’s Checkup – The Top 10 Questions every pastor needs to answer (and helpful stuff if you can’t)

There’s only way to get it is by subscribing to my  (occasional) email newsletter here.

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A conversation between me (with cancer) and Michael (with Multiple Sclerosis)

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