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A Second Resurrection


A Second Resurrection, by Bill Easum
Pastors, Professional Staff Members and Church Leaders are you tired of "Changing Spiritual Diapers?" Are you tired of tending to the needs of your "Social Club Church?" In his book, A Second Resurrection, Bill Easum has outlined a process for the rebirth of your church, and along with a few of other books that he has written he lays the ground work for the possibility of bringing your church back to life.
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QBQ! - The Question Behind the Question, by Chuck Lawless
Do you ever wonder what questions you need to ask yourself to eliminate blame, complaining, and procrastination. If you’ve ever wondered, then this is the perfect bedside book for you, the pastor, the staff member and/or the church leader.  Blaming, complaining, and procrastination are the three biggest enemies of the church. Do you have any of these problems? This book will help you discern who does and who doesn’t.

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Unfreezing Moves: Following Jesus into the Mission Field, by Bill Easum
This book is about helping "stuck" and "unstuck" churches either become unstuck or constantly improve their ministry of making disciples. This book is designed to help church leaders make profound changes in the way they do ministry or constantly practice methodological innovation/improvement to be effective in creating disciples in their churches.
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Beyond the Box: Innovative Churches That Work, by Bill Easum and Dave Travis
Revolutionize your ministry! Beyond the Box evaluates what's working in emerging churches and helps leaders discover new ideas for their ministry. When it comes to church leadership, the leaders in this book aren't thinking inside, outside, or around the box--they're beyond it! Successful church consultants Bill Easum and Dave Travis show you radical church ministries that work, demonstrating how your church can grow beyond conventional methods. Gear up and bring people in your community to the faith of Jesus!
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Sacred Cows Make Gourmet Burgers, by William M. Easum
This book shows how an atmosphere of permission-giving, which signals the end of leaders as enablers, can help church leaders transcend bureaucracy and enhance spiritual gifts rather than assign them. The 'sacred cows' of control and regulation can be devoured, as leaders and people are converted to a new style of ministry.
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  The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader: Becoming the Person that People Want to Follow, by John C. Maxwell
"Everything rises and falls on leadership," says Dr. Maxwell, "but knowing how to lead is only half the battle. Understanding leadership and actually leading are two different activities." Dr. Maxwell explains that the key to transforming yourself from someone who understands leadership to a person who successfully leads in the real world is chracter. Your character qualities activate and empower your leadership ability, or they can stand in the way of your success!
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  The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Embrace them and Empower your Team, by John C. Maxwell
Written in the style of the bestseller The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, this new book not only contains laws that you can count on when it comes to getting people to work together, but it tells them in such a way that you can start applying them to your own life today. And it's illustrated with great stories of team leaders—and team breakers—from history, business, the church, and sports.
21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership Cover   The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: Follow them and People will Follow You, by John C. Maxwell and Zig Ziglar
John C. Maxwell offers lively stories about the foibles and successes of Lee Iacocca, Abraham Lincoln, Princess Diana, and Elizabeth Dole in The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership. Readers can expect a well-crafted discussion that emphasizes the core attitudes and visions of leadership. Maxwell uses the same tell-it-like-it-is approach that he honed in the bestselling Developing the Leader Within You. For instance, when explaining "The Law of Influence," Maxwell states that "job titles don't have much value when it comes to leading. True leadership cannot be awarded, appointed or assigned. It comes only from influence and that can't be mandated."
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The Habits of Highly Effective Churches: Being Strategic in Your God Given Ministry, by George Barna
Learn the secrets of successful churches and help your church become all it can be! Drawing on solid scientific research, Barna reveals nine crucial traits that all thriving congregations have in common. His penetrating insights will challenge you to think differently about your church or parachurch organization. Highly recommended for ministry leaders! Paperback
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Surprising Insights from the Unchurched and Proven Ways to Reach Them, by Thom S. Rainer
What is actually drawing people into a particular church? Is it the contemporary worship music? Is it a seeker sensitive church, with an emphasis on visual arts like drama and multimedia? If you think you know the answers, you may want to read this book first. Thom Rainer and his team of researchers decided to ask people who had recently started attending church what made them come and what made them stay. The result: Surprising Insights from the Unchurched, a fascinating look into the mind of what Rainer calls the "unchurched."
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High Expectations: The Remarkable Secret of Keeping People in Your Church, by Thom S. Rainer
An extensive research project revealed this telling fact: the higher the expectations you place on church members, the greater the likelihood they'll stay in your flock. Using the results of this project, Rainer explains how to "close the back door" of your church---so members can grow in faith as well as in number. Paperback
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  Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire, by Jim Cymbala
What is Brooklyn Tabernacle's secret to success? In Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire Jim Cymbala provides a one-word answer: prayer. In this powerful volume Pastor Cymbala will show you how passionate, persistent prayer transforms individuals, revives churches and revitalizes communities. Drawing on the teaching of scripture, his own experience and the collected wisdom of the great revivalists, Pastor Cymbala seeks to fan your passion for prayer into a flame. Take this opportunity to learn how to learn how to listen to God's voice and prayerfully depend upon God!
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  Discipled Warriors: Growing Healthy Churches That Are Equipped for Spiritual Warfare, by Chuck Lawless
Using solid biblical exegesis, this book presents a well rounded, proven model for fighting the enemy based on the same principles as those for developing a healthy church. Punctuated with stories and real-life examples, this timely book provides workable strategies and resources for equipping discipled warriors to meet the challenges of being the church in the twenty-first century. Paperback
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Good To Great, by Jim Collins
Based on an extensive, five-year study conducted by Collins and a research team he affectionately refers to as "the Chimps," Good to Great defines and analyzes the practices that allowed 11 companies to make the rare transition from solid to outstanding performance. If you want to order this book click on the book.
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Breakout Churches, by Thom S. Rainer
Breakout Churches - Can Your Church Become One? This is the story of thirteen churches and the leaders who moved them from stagnancy to growth and from mediocrity to greatness. Drawing on one of the most comprehensive studies ever on the church, this book reveals the process of becoming a "breakout" church and the factors that lead to this spiritual metamorphosis. Eighty percent of the approximately 400,000 churches in the United States are either declining or at a plateau. Is there hope for the American church? Breakout Churches offers a resounding "yes!" and offers specific examples and principles to help you and your church become more effective. If you want to order this book click on the book.
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Think Big Act Small, by Jason Jennings
Jason has done it again! If you want to know what the best companies in the world do to be exactly that, THE BEST, this book is a must read. Success leaves clues and Jason has done a masterful job of giving you an inside look at the companies setting the standards for the world of business. There are very few "good" business books and even fewer "great" ones. This one is destined to be of the latter. If you are interested in business, own a business or hope to someday, this book and its wisdom need to be part of your library.
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  Raving Fans: A Revolutionary Approach to Customer Service, by Ken Blanchard & Sheldon Bowles
A simple, yet profound marketing book on customer/client service. Once again, in his very simple storytelling style, Blanchard gives us a picture of what companies are like if they really take care of their customers. Eye-opening and inspiring, Raving Fans gives us a whole new level to aspire to in customer service. What's good about this and all Blanchard books is that he gives many examples that drive home the point. You’re left with both solid principles and techniques to implement them. This will show you why going beyond good service may be your most powerful marketing tool.
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  Guerilla Marketing: Secrets for Making Big Profits From Your Small Business, by Jay Conrad Levinson
This book will give you a plethora of ways that you can market your church (actually that’s not what the book was written for but it has many great ideas) without an enormous expense account. Discover the secrets of the most successful entrepreneurs. Their proven techniques can unlock the potential of your church. Quit wasting time and money on strategies that will not and cannot work for you. Instead, unleash the powerful guerrilla marketing weapons described in this information-packed volume.
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The Eagle & the Monk: Seven Principles of Successful Change, by William A. Jenkins, Richard W. Oliver
This book is about change, the fundamental, unalterable force of our times. More importantly, it is about how we as individuals and organizations deal with change.
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Who Moved My Cheese?, by Spencer Johnson
Who Moved My Cheese? is a story about change that takes place in a Maze where four amusing characters look for “Cheese”---cheese being a metaphor for what we want and have in life, whether it is a job, a relationship, money, a big house, freedom, health, recognition, spiritual peace, or even an activity like jogging or golf.  The four imaginary characters depicted in this story---the mice: “Sniff” and “Scurry,” and the littlepeople: “Hem” and “Haw”---are intended to represent the simple and the complex parts of ourselves, regardless of our age, gender, race, or nationality.
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The Change Monster, by Jeanie Daniel Duck
“THE CHANGE MONSTER” is the author's catch-all phrase for the complex, sometimes scary, human emotions and social dynamics that emerge like a dragon surfacing from the ocean depths during any major change effort. Mergers, reorganizations, and transformations all involve people, and that means emotions worn on the sleeve (or hidden, which is even worse) and egos on the loose…
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What is your church like today? Perhaps your congregation is experiencing wonderful energy and growth. Or perhaps it was established some time ago and is now experiencing a loss of activity and vitality. Whatever your church is like now, consider the possibility that God has an exciting future for your church! Seek fresh vision from God. Trust God for wisdom, guidance, and courage. And act to transform your congregation’s life by God’s grace.
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The worship leader role as we know it is two decades old at best. For most of that time, there have been no worship leader training centers, no worship leading degrees, and few seasoned mentors. It’s been a tough and unpredictable journey, let’s face it!
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This is a book about worship paradigms — how we think about corporate worship and how that thinking effects what we do in our sanctuaries and worship centers, week in, week out. The opportunity we have as Christians to meet together and interact directly with the God of the universe is nothing less than extraordinary.
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  Worship His Majesty: How Praising The King of Kings Will Change Your Life, by Jack W. Hayford
"We stood in silent awe, sensing God's presence as shafts of sunlight arrowed through the gracefully arched windows high in the vaulted towers of the..."
Put On Your Own Oxygen Mask First


Put On Your Own Oxygen Mask First: Rediscovering Ministry, by Bill Easum
If your heart burns within you and you know there must be more to the Christian life than managing conflict, sitting in a pew, serving on a committee, tending to or worshiping with the inmates in the asylum, or praying for early retirement, this book is for you.
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Under The Radar: Learning From Risk-Taking Churches, by Bill Easum & Bill Tenny-Brittian
During the last ten years it has become increasingly apparent to those who read the signs of the times that a huge crack has opened up between established congregations and those presently emerging all over North America. This crack is so huge that it is re-creating the religious landscape of North America. Twenty years from now, more than likely, it will be difficult to recognize North American Christianity.
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The Emotionally Healthy Church: A Strategy for Discipleship that Actually Changes Lives, by Peter Scazzero with Warren Bird
New Life Fellowship in Queens, New York, had it all: powerful teaching, dynamic ministries, an impressive growth rate, and a vision to do great works for God. Things looked good--but beneath the surface, circumstances were more than just brewing. They were about to boil over, forcing Peter Scazzero to confront needs in his church and himself that went deeper than he' ever imagined.
Simple Church   Simple Church, by Thom S. Rainer & Eric Geiger
This book doesn't provide any new programs for you to add to your plate, but will encourage you to eliminate some things, to streamline. It will help you design a simple process of discipleship in your church. It will help you implement the model you have chosen. It will help you simplify.
Revolution   Revolution, by George Barna
Are you worn-out on church? According to George Barna the church is undergoing the biggest revolution of our time. For thousands of years, Christians have been inventing church, but neglecting to be the Church Christ commissioned. Droves of committed believers are forgoing Sunday mornings to live a 24/7 faith unfettered by the clutter and bureaucracy within the church walls.
Go Big: Lead Your Church to Explosive Growth


Go Big: Lead Your Church to Explosive Growth, by Bill Easum & Bil Cornelius
This book breaks down the myths about how bad a big church is. In the introduction Bill says: “We begin with a story. A story designed to whet your appetite for what BIG things God can do through those who dream BIG and act on those dreams. We want to help you learn how to dream BIG.”
Membership Matters


Membership Matters, by Chuck Lawless
In this book Chuck tries to help you understand why getting your new worshippers involved in church is important. If you don’t get them involved they will soon exit out the back door.
Plan A and There’s No Plan B


Plan A and There’s No Plan B , by Dwight Robertson, with Mark Vermilion
Dwight, the President of Kingdom Builders Ministries headquartered in Denver, Colorado, says it in plain and simple language that there is no other way to Heaven except through a personal commitment to Jesus. There is no Plan B only a Plan A and that is living for Jesus.

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