Intuitive Leadership (ēmersion: Emergent Village resources for communities of faith): Embracing a Paradigm of Narrative, Metaphor, and Chaos
As our culture shifts from modern to postmodern, pastors and church leaders are finding that old, rigid church leadership systems and structures no longer seem to work. Church leaders are searching for and discovering new, creative ways of leading--emphasizing intuition, creativity, narrative, and an embrace of the chaos and tension of our time.
Tim Keel, pastor of a thriving emergent church and a rising leader in the emergent church movement, offers a thought-provoking yet practical exploration of this new style he calls Intuitive Leadership. His fresh approach will be welcomed by pastors and lay leaders interested in the emergent conversation and how Christian mission should look in our rapidly changing culture.
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Foreword by Alan J Roxburgh
Rediscovering the Power of Story
Journeying toward a New Story
Interpretation and Experimentation
Recognizing an Alternate
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