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Navigating the Waves of Change

Change Is Constant in a Dynamic Church

David Biser helps us navigate the change that is inevitable in church leadership. The reflection questions at the end of each chapter will help you process past changes and better prepare you for leading into the future. If you’re planning any changes, you need to read Navigating the Waves of Change.
—Dave Ferguson, Lead Pastor – Community Christian Church Lead Visionary – NewThing

Change is happening all around us. If you want to do it better, give this book a read. You’ll be encouraged and uplifted.

Navigating the Waves of Change
Navigating the Waves of Change


“Here you will find a story of a church that chose a better future than what passivity would have handed it! Had Colonial Park UMC not made a series of critical choices over the last decade and a half, they would be, like so many others: an aging over-the-hill church, ten years past its legendary pastor, now dipping below 200 average worship attendance, and beginning to hit the wave of funerals and financial challenges that would frame its demise in the next 15-20 years. That is where they would be today had the CrossPoint story not happened. But instead, they stand renewed, retooled, and revisioned for a new day, with expectations of expanding and relevant ministry in the coming years! Best of all, there is nothing in the paths they pursued that requires extraordinary genius or Vegas-worthy talent. You can safely try this at home! And it will work.”

– Paul Nixon, co-author Weird Church: Welcome to the 21st Century!