Effective coaching takes planning, preparation, and people. That's also what it takes for effective pastoring. Authors Stan Toler and Larry Gilbert know the vitality of any winning team depends on the practice and participation of its members. Toler and Gilbert...
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Effective coaching takes planning, preparation, and people. That's also what it takes for effective pastoring. Authors Stan Toler and Larry Gilbert know the vitality of any winning team depends on the practice and participation of its members. Toler and Gilbert outline a strategy for success on the pastoral playing field that draws on examples from the sports community. By developing coaching skills, the model Toler and Gilbert lay out for team-based ministry will lead to success inside and outside the church doors. This complete playbook presents the fundamentals of the game for pastors hoping to involve the whole congregation in various church ministries. Ingenious yet basic, The Pastor's Playbook is full of the information needed to give any congregation a boost on their own court. Keep this valuable resource under your arm as you get ready to lead your congregation in active ministry.
Gilbert is founder and chairman of Ephesians Four Ministries, parent organization of Church Growth Institute.
-->STAN TOLER--> is senior pastor of Trinity Church of the Nazarene in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and hosts the television program "Mission Today." For the past ten years he has taught seminars for INJOY Group, a leadership development institute. Toler has written over 45 books, including his best-sellers' God Has Never Failed Me, But He's Sure Scared Me to Death a Few Times, The Five-Star Church and, his latest book, The Buzzards Are Circling, but God's Not Finished with Me Yet.-->
- 1. Building Ministry Action Teams
- 2. Developing Coaching Skills
- 3. Using Biblical Guidelines For Effective Team Building
- 4. Establishing Ministry Action Teams In The Local Church
- 5. Fine-tuning Ministry Action Teams
- 6. Modeling Team-based Ministry: Ministry Action Teams At Trinity Church Of The Nazarene
- 150 Pages