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The Unstuck Church: Equipping Churches to Experience Sustained Health Paperback – May 16, 2017
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'Whether you are a part of a church plant or a 100-year-old established church, there is a wealth of wisdom in this book for you. If you care about your church, take your team through this book.” - Craig Groeschel, Pastor of Life.Church and author of Divine Direction---7 Decisions That Will Change Your Life
About the Author
Tony Morgan is the Lead Strategist and founder of the Unstuck Group, a consulting group that has served hundreds of churches throughout the world since its launch in 2009. For 14 years, Tony served on the senior leadership teams of West Ridge Church (Dallas, GA), NewSpring Church (Anderson, SC) and Granger Community Church (Granger, IN). Tony has authored more than a dozen books and ebooks which offer valuable. practical solutions for different aspects of church ministry. He has also been featured through his writing and speaking with organizations that serve churches including the Willow Creek Association, Outreach Magazine, Catalyst and Pastors.com. Tony and his wife, Emily, live near Atlanta, Georgia with their four children - Kayla, Jacob, Abby and Brooke.
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Every organization of man has a life cycle. Morgan describes life cycle and spends a chapter on each phase. From start to "life support" he covers the characteristics of each stage and some suggestions for how to get "unstuck". The ideal is to remain a healthy church, and an awareness of the nature of organization is helpful in prolonging or restoring health to a church.