When Moses Meets Aaron: Staffing and Supervision in Large Congregations

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Price
$33.60
Publisher
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
270
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.61 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781566993517

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About the Author

Gil Rendle serves as senior consultant with The Texas Methodist Foundation in Austin, Texas, and as an independent consultant working with denominational leaders on issues of change and leadership. Prior to this position he served the Alban Institute as an author, seminar leader, and senior consultant. He is the author of seven earlier books including Journey in the Wilderness: New Life for Mainline Churches and Back to Zero: The Search to Rediscover the Methodist Movement. Susan Beaumont is a congregational consultant, coach and spiritual director. Susan worked as a Senior Consultant with the Alban Institute before establishing her own practice (http: //www.susanbeaumont.com). Susan's practice specializes in the unique leadership dynamics of large congregations, particularly in the areas of staff team and board development, strategic planning, pastoral transition, and size transition. She is the author of Inside the Large Congregation. Susan is an ordained clergy leader in the American Baptist Churches, USA.

Reviews

Pastors and lay leaders know that hiring, supervising, and evaluating staff are among the trickiest, and often the most poorly handled, tasks facing congregations. But take heart: help is on the way. When Moses Meets Aaron is both instruction manual and tool-kit--everything you need to develop good and faithful personnel practices in the church.--Martin B. Copenhaver, president, Andover Newton Theological School
This book is a welcome addition to any pastor's library as a resource for board leadership, employee relations, and ministry success. Churches will find a compelling toolbox in this book and will be guided by excellence in a long-awaited tool all churches deserve: good management.--Pierce W. Klemmt, Rector, Christ Church, Alexandria, Virginia