Crossing the Bridge : Church Leadership in a Time of Change

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We are in the midst of pervasive and profound change in Western culture. Consequently, we are that generation of leaders who find ourselves right at one of those fulcrum points of history where everything is tipping over into a very different world. We did not ask to be leaders at this time. We just are. It is what we will do with this fact that will shape not only our own leadership, but, even more, the shpae of the church and its mission for years to come.

This book is about leading congregations or denominations through a period of tumultuous transition. The information about change provided in this book is designed to assist you in the particular church leadership context in which you find yourself.

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ALAN J. ROXBURGH is a former pastor of churches in Toronto and Vancouver, Canada. He completed a Master of Theology at the University of Toronto in philosophical theology, and the Doctor of Ministry degree at Northern Baptist Seminary in Chicago, Illinois.

As an original member of Gospel and our Culture Network (GOCN), Dr. Roxburgh has helped author two foundational books: The Church Between Gospel and Culture (Eerdmans, 1996) and, Missional Church: A Vision for the Sending of the Church in North America (Eerdmans, 1998). He has also written two other books on the challenges of missional identity on North America: Reaching A new Generation (InterVarsity Press, 1991, and Regent Press, 1998); and, Leadership, Liminality and the Missionary Congregation (Trinity Press, 1998).

MIKE REGELE (M. Div.) studied at Seattle Pacific University and Fuller Theological Seminary. He is co-founder and president of Percept, and an author and co-author whose works include, Death of the Church (Harper Collins/Zondervan, 1995), Exploring Your Ministry Area, Your Church and Its Mission, Understanding Your Congregation, and ReVision.

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From Chapter 1: We are in the midst of pervasive and profound change in Western culture. Consequently, we are that generation of leaders who find ourselves right at one of those fulcrum points of history where everything is tipping over into a very different world. We did not ask to be leaders at this time. We just are. It is what we will do with this fact that will shape not only our own leadership, but, even more, the shape of the church and its mission for years to come.

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