The Agile Church: Spirit-Led Innovation in an Uncertain Age by Dwight J. Zscheile

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The Agile Church: Spirit-Led Innovation in an Uncertain Age

'“Zscheile understands that innovation must be a way of life for churches in the next decades. This is one of the most important books I have read in a long time.” —Lovett Weems, professor of church leadership at Wesley Theological Seminary   “In an age when people are making choices about their faith, spirituality, and lives in unprecedented ways, our churches have the opportunity to be nimble, graceful, and creative. The Agile Church is an ideal guide for this journey.” —Doug Pagitt, pastor of Solomon’s Porch Church in Minnesota and author of Church in the Inventive Age   “This hopeful book helps Christian leaders to move away from seeing Church as an end to be preserved and move toward reconceiving the Church as a result of our faithfulness to the mission of God.” —Ian T. Douglas, bishop of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut   “Dwight’s work on innovation is a rare gift for pastors and church leaders wanting something rooted deeply in scripture and Christian imagination, not just one more trend.” —Alan Roxburgh, author, consultant, and founder of the Missional Network'
'“Zscheile understands that innovation must be a way of life for churches in the next decades. This is one of the most important books I have read in a long time.” —Lovett Weems, professor of church leadership at Wesley Theological Seminary   “In an age when people are making choices about their faith, spirituality, and lives in unprecedented ways, our churches have the opportunity to be nimble, graceful, and creative. The Agile Church is an ideal guide for this journey.” —Doug Pagitt, pastor of Solomon’s Porch Church in Minnesota and author of Church in the Inventive Age   “This hopeful book helps Christian leaders to move away from seeing Church as an end to be preserved and move toward reconceiving the Church as a result of our faithfulness to the mission of God.” —Ian T. Douglas, bishop of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut   “Dwight’s work on innovation is a rare gift for pastors and church leaders wanting something rooted deeply in scripture and Christian imagination, not just one more trend.” —Alan Roxburgh, author, consultant, and founder of the Missional Network'
Publisher: Church Publishing Inc. ISBN: 9780819229786 Pages: 176