ABOUT THE BOOK
Leaders try to bring about change. But change almost always elicits opposition. So how do leaders navigate change, and the opposition to it, without giving up their dreams for what could and should be? Carey Nieuwhof, pastor of Connexus Church near Toronto, examines five strategies that can help church leaders engineer change.
- Determine who is for (or against) the change and why.
- Decide where to focus your attention.
- Develop the questions that will set your course.
- Learn to attack problems instead of people.
- Persevere until the critical breakthrough.
Insightful and practical, Leading Change Without Losing It: Five Strategies That Can Revolutionize How You Lead Change When Facing Opposition, by Carey Nieuwhof, offers hope and encouragement for leaders, no matter where they serve in the church.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“As a mom and a ministry leader, I know how crucial it is for my preschooler to understand the basic truth that ‘God made me.’ The Creation Story tells the story of the whole of creation in a fun rhyme and beautiful illustrations all the while reminding preschoolers they are God’s greatest, most important creation. This book is a must have for me in my small groups and in my home!”
—Kelly Stockdale, Family Director, The Hill
“What a great book for introducing children to the story of creation—they will want to read it over and over it again! It’s captivating, fun to chant aloud, and a great way to begin reading God’s Word with any age.”
—Lauren Bowman, writer and mother of five
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Carey Nieuwhof is the founding pastor of Connexus Community Church, a growing multi-campus church north of Toronto. An author of several bestselling books, Carey blogs, podcasts, and speaks to church leaders around the world about leadership, change, and personal growth. He and his wife, Toni, live near Barrie, Ontario, and have two sons, Jordan and Sam.