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The concepts of "quality" used in this book were current in the business world at the time it was written, but are showing their .

The concepts of "quality" used in this book were current in the business world at the time it was written, but are showing their age. Nevertheless, the underlying ideas continue to be useful. I am reminded again why I don't particularly care for the type of book - 21 ways, 10 waya, 12 ways etc. However there is some useful information in the book even though it is tied very closely to business practices and I never thought of the church particularly as a business. J. Robert Ewbank, author of "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the 'Isms'".

The particular emphasis of this book is on quality as expressed in active . Church : Twenty-One Ways to Continuously Improve the Content of Your Ministry.

The particular emphasis of this book is on quality as expressed in active, growing churches around the country. Benchmarks of Quality in the Church : Twenty-One Ways to Continuously Improve the Content of Your Ministry. by Norman Shawchuck and Gustave Rath.

Benchmarks of Quality in the Church: 21 Ways to Continuously Improve the Content of Your Ministry.

The particular emphasis of this book is on "quality" as expressed in active, growing churches around the country. It establishes the standards of quality that congregations must seek to achieve. It illustrates processes that manifest quality in churches through a continuous hypothetical narrative that takes place in a church board. This book is part of an overall product extension of the Shawchuck naging trilogy. Benchmarks of Quality in the Church: 21 Ways to Continuously Improve the Content of Your Ministry. 0687349125 (ISBN13: 9780687349128). Charts, diagrams, statistics, and "quality jargon" are kept to a minimum.

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The book describes essential paradigms for the leader that integrate spiritual integrity and service within a systems view of the congregation and its ministry. This revised and updated version focuses on the challenges of congregational leadership in a culture that has fewer ties to Christian faith. The authors lay out the dual contexts in which church leaders must function–within the congregation, and as the congregation’s representative to the community–and they explain the very different skill sets required to flourish in each.

Theparticular emphasis of this book is on "quality" as expressed in active, growing churches around the country. It establishes thestandardsofquality that congregations must seek to achieve. It illustrates processes that manifest quality in churches through a continuous hypothetical narrative that takes place in a church board. Charts, diagrams, statistics, and "quality jargon" are kept to a minimum. This book is part of an overall product extension of the Shawchuck Marketing/Leading/Managing trilogy.

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The concepts of "quality" used in this book were current in the business world at the time it was written, but are showing their age. Nevertheless, the underlying ideas continue to be useful. The identifiers of quality may need to be modified in your setting depending on theological and other priorities. (and theologically, I have a problem with using the word "quality" at all, but can easily ignore that to find the value in this book.) The underlying premise- that there are things we can do to increase people's engagement in the ministries of their church- continues to be a useful one in these years of generational transition for churches.
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I have no problem with the church seeking quality. Every other institution inur day is seeking quality so they can compete. Somehow the thought rings unfamiliarly on my thoughts about the church - I always thought we should be doing the best we can - never thought of calling it quality.

I am reminded again why I don't particularly care for the type of book - 21 ways, 10 waya, 12 ways etc.

However there is some useful information in the book even though it is tied very closely to business practices and I never thought of the church particularly as a business.

J. Robert Ewbank, author of "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the 'Isms'"
Benchmarks of Quality in the Church: 21 Ways to Continuously Improve the Content of Your Ministry download epub
Churches & Church Leadership
Author: Gustave Rath,Norman Shawchuck
ISBN: 0687349125
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Churches & Church Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: Abingdon Press; 1st Edition edition (October 1, 1994)
Pages: 165 pages