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Re:Vision: The Key to Transforming Your Church

Re:Vision: The Key to Transforming Your Church

Author: Aubrey Malphurs, Gordon E. Penfold

Trusted church consultants equip pastors who want to re-envision their role and lead a successful church turnaround.
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Pastors around the country continue to look for the program, the book, or the sermon series that will turn their plateaued or declining churches around. But what if the answer to revitalizing the church was closer to home? According to trusted church leadership expert Aubrey Malphurs and veteran pastor Gordon E. Penfold, it is. They believe that pastors themselves are the key. In a time when many pastors are jumping from church to church every two or three years as they search for the "right fit" where they can "make a difference," churches are suffering from a lack of sustained leadership from pastors with a viable vision for ministry.

In Re:Vision, Malphurs and Penfold take pastors through a process of discovery and self-evaluation designed to help them re-envision their role, create a culture for positive change, and recruit people to come alongside them as helpers and encouragers. Multiple appendices offer self-diagnostic tools and surveys to help pastors assess their strengths and weaknesses for more effective ministry as they re:vision the church they are serving in.

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About The Author

Aubrey Malphurs

Aubrey Malphurs (PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary) is the senior professor of leadership and pastoral ministry at Dallas Theological Seminary and founder of the Malphurs Group. He is the author of more than twenty books, including Developing a Vision for Ministry in the Twenty-first Century and Look before You Lead.

Gordon E. Penfold

Gordon E. Penfold (DMin, Talbot Theological Seminary) is lead pastor of First Baptist Church in Holyoke, Colorado, and the director of Fresh Start Ministries, which focuses on bringing health and vitality to plateaued, declining, and conflicted congregations.


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