Un-Leash the Dream

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Review and Herald Pub Assoc, Jan 1, 1999 - Evangelistic work - 142 pages
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Unleash the Dream challenges Adventism to stay relevant in a revolutionary world. A dozen young adults tackle issues that strike at the heart of Adventism. Some give practical advice for reinvigorating our church's mission. Others call for institutional reshaping. All urge us to tune ourselves to the Holy Spirit's rhythm so we can reach a world desperate for good news. Unleash the Dream will open your eyes to critical issues and situations that beg for change, decisive action, and creative enthusiasm. And it will thrill you to be part of a God-ordained movement of such promise, potential, and power. - Introduction; The Local Church: Weak Link or Linchpin? Alex Bryan; Revival: Are You In or Out? Shasta Emerly Burr; Freedom: Breaking the Bars- Sarah Coleman; Governance: Restoring Confidence- Rene Alexenko Evans; Pop Culture: My Angel Goes to Movies- Grenville Kent; Conduct: The Way We Treat Each Other- Gary Krause; Mentoring: Found at the Flea Market- A. Allen Martin; Identity: The Real Peculiar People- Andy Nash; Evangelism: How the Rest Was Won-Byard Parks; Communication: Get Up! Speak Up!- Celeste Ryan; Racial Relations: Truth or Dare?-Loretta Parker Spivey; Excellence: Building Cathedrals in the Air-Erik Stenbakken; Authors' Biographies
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
Are You In or Out?
22
Restoring Confidence
41
The Way We Treat Each Other
63
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About the author (1999)

Andy Nash began his career at Cadbury-Schweppes in 1978 after graduating in Economics and Geography from the University College of Swansea. He carried out a variety of sales and marketing roles at Cadburys, progressing to Senior Management where he was ultimately responsible for the Tea and Coffee brands in the group. In 1984 he joined Sterling Heath Ltd., the OTC division of Sterling Drug Inc. as Marketing Controller. A year later, aged 29, he was promoted to Marketing Director. In 1987 he was headhunted to join Taunton Cider Limited on the main board as Commercial Director with responsibility for Marketing, Sales and New Product Development. During his time there the marketing strategies were radically changed causing sales and profits to increase substantially. This is demonstrated by the fact that, with two colleagues he jointly led a successful MBO of the company for 72m in 1991. A year later the company was floated on the LSE for 156m and then sold to another Drinks company in 1995 for 280m. He was the only director of Taunton Cider invited to stay with the enlarged group by its new owners, being appointed Managing Director of the Drinks division - Matthew Clark Taunton Ltd. As Managing Director of the 400m turnover company he successfully oversaw the post acquisition integration. In 1997 he decided to move on and pursue a career as a portfolio non-executive director. Since then, as a portfolio Chairman, he has acquired further extensive experience of MBO's, MBI's, turnarounds, & re-financings. At present he is Chairman of Merrydown plc (he led the successful rescue and turnaround in 1998), Photo-Scan plc, and a director of several other private companies. He is also Deputy Chairman of Somerset County Cricket Club.

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