Leading Change in a Rapidly Changing World with Tod Bolsinger
Why is my church dying?
What happens when preaching, programmes and pastoral care are not enough – because the culture has changed so dramatically?
What happens when you’ve been trained to be someone who will take a congregation down a great river and just point out the sights on the way, and all of a sudden you realise you’ve got to tell them they’ve got to drop the canoes, and now they’re an expeditionary force that needs to go over a mountain?
It requires pastoral leaders to have a different kind of leadership: how do you actually lead a group of people to change, to grow, to look into their neighbourhoods, to become something different than they even expected to be?…” Tod Bolsinger, Assistant Professor of Practical Theology, Fuller Seminary.
Join Tod on this 5 Day Block Course as he unpacks transformative leadership required to lead congregational change in a rapidly changing world.
Carey is offering a heavily discounted rate:
$140 for the first 30 people to register
$300 Normal Fee (after first 30)
Group concessions available (contact Myk Habets)
This is a post-graduate course brought to you by Carey Graduate School
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Speaker: Dr Tod Bolsinger BA: MDiv: PhD
Tod Bolsinger (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is the vice president for vocation and formation and assistant professor of practical theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the author of It Takes a Church to Raise a Christian: How the Community of God Transforms Lives and Show Time: Living Down Hypocrisy by Living Out the Faith.A frequent speaker, consultant, and blogger, he serves as an executive coach for corporate, nonprofit, educational, and church organizations in transformational leadership. For seventeen years, he was the senior pastor of San Clemente Presbyterian Church in San Clemente, California, after serving for ten years at First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. Tod and his wife, Beth, have two children.
His latest book is “Canoeing the Mountains – Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territory”