Practical Ministry Skills
Fostering Transformation
Understand how transformation happens and what you can do to prepare people for God to work in their hearts.
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Overview

As church leaders, transformation is at the heart of all that we do. The goal of Christian leadership is to help people experience and grow in the love of Christ as they know him, love him, and serve him better. But when church leaders are faced with so many organizational and administrative tasks, what does it actually look like to foster spiritual transformation among those you lead?

This 23-page resource offers biblical reflection, wisdom from experienced pastors, and practical tips on how to move those you lead through the process of spiritual transformation.

This Resource contains all of the following:

The Heart is the Target 
Start where life change starts.

Signs of a Transformed Christian 
Twelve hallmarks of spiritual maturity.

Conversations that Transform 
These communication tips steer people toward change.

Deepening Disciples 
Learning from the example of Rabbi Jesus.

A Look at the Discipleship Cycle 
The challenge for today's church is making whole disciples out of broken people.

What Sanctification Is Not 
The difference between healthy and unhealthy spirituality.


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Topics:Christian life, Growth, Health, Soul, Spiritual Formation, Spiritual Gifts, Transformation
Filters:Discipleship, Pastor, Pastoral care, Shepherd, Small group leader, Spiritual director
References:Colossians 2:6-7, Luke 6:43-45, Ephesians 4:22-24, 2 Timothy 2:2
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