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Make or Break Your Church in 365 Days: A Daily Guide to Leading Effective Change [Format Kindle]

Paul D. Borden

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The joy of ministry is lost in the terror of being ill equipped for daily tasks. This book leads the way, providing clear plans for the daily tasks of effectively leading a congregation.

Make or Break Your Church in 365 Days helps pastors develop competency in the daily task of leading congregations by answering two fundamental questions:

• What must be done in the first 365 days of a pastor’s tenure?

• What is the optimal way to structure a daily work life to affect change in the first year and beyond?

These very specific tasks are the behaviors that demonstrate competency and lead to growing, effective churches.



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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 218 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1426745028
  • Editeur : Abingdon Press (1 avril 2012)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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Amazon.com: 4.9 étoiles sur 5  13 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolute Gold 9 août 2012
Par David G. Bowman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Some people should not write books. Paul Borden should write more.

Dr. Borden is one of the world's foremost experts in church consultation. His books (Hit the Bullseye, Direct Hit, Assaulting the Gates) are easy to read and provide templates for implementation for a variety of church contexts.

Dr. Borden's most recent work is Make or Beak Your Church in 365 Days. The purpose of the book is "to help pastors become more competent in their tasks of leading congregations, day in and day out."

Borden answers two questions. "First, what must be done in the first 365 days of tenure to eventually lead the congregation through systemic transformation? Second, what should be done each day of the week to accomplish necessary tasks during the first year as the pastor, and in all the following years, in order to stimulate systemic transformation?"

Borden begins with several assumptions based on his work as Executive Minister of Growing Healthy Churches.

1) Everyone needs a place to be bad. Every pastor experiences failures in ministry before achieving success.
2) Nobody knows what to do initially. The learning curve is steep. The role of senior pastor requires major learning and behavioral adjustments that seminary education cannot possibly provide.
3) Congregations only know it when they see it. Churches don't know how to call the pastors they need to turn around their declining situations.
4) Call doesn't guarantee competence. Pastors need help to become effective change agents.
5) There is hope. Churches of all sizes and locations are reversing their declining fortunes. They share common realities that can be learned and implemented.

His target "is primarily pastors who really don't know how to lead their congregations with effectiveness, regardless of how long they may have been fulfilling the pastoral role."

His goal is "to help pastors and congregations alike know what the pastor is to do and why." He accomplishes this by "sharing what effective pastors do and how they work each day of the week to produce such effectiveness."

The chapters on how to approach each day of the week are absolutely golden. Every pastor reading these pages and taking them to heart will know how to avoid time wasters that prevent effective leadership. He or she will have the tools necessary to make good leadership decisions at every level of church ministry.

This is a book I wish I could have had as a resource twenty-five years ago. My pastoral ministry would have been much more effective.

Every pastor will benefit from reading the complete works of Paul Borden. These are also good tools for successful pastors to use in mentoring other pastors. Seminary church growth classes should make these books required reading alongside Aubrey Malphurs' Ministry Nuts and Bolts.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A grand slam! 16 décembre 2012
Par Paul Nickerson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
All of Paul Borden's books are "home runs" but "Make or Break" is a grand slam. Most pastors want to help their church grow but don't know how. Paul Borden, based on his years of work with congregations, gives a practical description of the actual behaviors of pastors who have turned their congregations in new directions. Paul even sets the book up like a typical weekly schedule of what a pastor does. Lots of books give theories or diagnosis of problems; Paul Borden explains in great detail what to actually do to make a difference. This book needs to be a reference guide on the shelf of every pastor's office.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I wish I had read this 20 years ago 16 novembre 2012
Par Jim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is an outstanding must read for any pastor. Paul Borden offers simple, practical advice that will maximize the effectiveness of your ministry and use of your time. One note - this book is not targeted to pastors who lead a staff. The proposed weekly schedule needs to be adjusted to accommodate time spent with the leadership team.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pure Gold 2 mars 2013
Par J. Tucker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I highly recommend this book, particularly if you are a newer solo minister at a church. Many books are full of abstract ideas with minimal application they hope you figure out along the way. This book is the opposite. It is full of practical application with bits of wisdom thrown in all along the way.

The basic flow of the book goes through three ideas: the mission of the Church and understanding the basic challenges of a minister, yearly goals to focus on, and about half the book is spent on a sample weekly schedule (with each day being one chapter). I found the advice here extremely helpful and mindful of the holistic ministry of a pastor. I am currently putting into place about 80-85% of the suggestions.

If, like me, you've read loads of books on ministry ideas but still feel frustrated thinking, "okay, but how should I schedule my time?" then this book is just for you. It's definitely written from an experienced minister's perspective. The whole way through I found myself saying, "Finally, someone is making sense!" This book is pure gold that I will recommend to all my ministry friends, especially ones beginning a new ministry.

Here's an idea of some of the ministries he helps you focus on:
- Maximizing Sunday worship
- Leadership Training
- Ministry Equipping
- LOTS of Prayer
- Care Ministry
- One-on-one Discipleship and Evangelism
- Sermon Preparation
- Counseling

He not only tells you how to schedule your time around these things, but gives training and advice on how to accomplish many of these things well.

I did have a couple of suggestions for the author if he ever revises this edition, though.

1. Consider changing the title. It's too long and hard to remember when telling others about the book. Maybe "Pastor Priorities" or something.

2. Include a chapter or appendix on taking care of your mind and body. I love the emphasis on spiritual formation, including much time in prayer. But I also think that in order to keep up this kind of schedule, someone should be going to the gym every single day. They should also be eating well to maximize energy, including cutting out greasy foods and adding fruits and vegetables as much as possible. The pastor should also take care of possible emotional issues that often plague ministers, like procrastination and listening too much to critics. I realize you can't cover everything in one book, but if these topics were covered even minimally I think it would round this book off quite well.

I pray this book's popularity grows so that more ministers can find a healthy balance in their ministry of leading the church to glorify God in His mission.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the most practical books I've read on pastoral ministry 20 août 2014
Par Stewart and Laura Perry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I've read Paul Borden's other books. In terms of practical insights for the day to day work of pastors, this is the best. All his books are practical, so that this one is the most practical says something.

He provides a template for a pastor's work week. It is aggressive and maybe no one could live up fully. But that isn't the point. The point is it is a great outline. Contexts and therefore applications will vary.

And I think it could be applied much more broadly than just to pastors in declining or plateaued congregations.
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