Paradigm Shift from a DS' Perspective



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DS role in revitalization

"The shift for the superintendency (General and District) is less and less about being a bureaucrat and administrative manager and more and more about coaching, missional strategizing, and relating to people and churches." I appreciate this sentence the most because a DS is addressing the challenges of being a DS in our postmodern world. Being a lover of charts and graphs, I am curious how the author would expand his chart philosophy to the clergy role AND the DS and CABINET/BISHOP role. Just encouraging the big picture and what is good for the geese (church) and good for the goose (clergy/DS/cabinet/Bishop)

amy more than 7 years ago

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