This edited volume sees Canada as a mosaic (“where, when intermingled, distinct individual pieces complete the whole”) and challenges the Canadian church to move beyond monocultural approaches to ministry, in light of the country’s migration and multicultural realities. It also seeks to inspire the church to embrace others beyond hospitality, and to bring down barriers of difference.
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The author asks how do we become the person we were made to be? She points out that busy-ness, distraction, and lack of direction keep us from growth. If we don’t slow down and get some focus, we’ll stay as we are. We’ll miss out on who we were supposed to be.
This is a practical how-to manual for applying design thinking to training programs. Design thinking, typically used in product development, is reworked to assist curriculum developers in creating and executing training programs.
This edited volume sees Canada as a mosaic (“where, when intermingled, distinct individual pieces complete the whole”) and challenges the Canadian church to move beyond monocultural approaches to ministry, in light of the country’s migration and multicultural realities.
This is a simple strategy for creating innovation in an organization. The strategy is to focus on extending your current business model (Box 1), creating something entirely new (Box 3), and stopping activity no longer fruitful (Box 2). Each one has a significant impact on innovation.
The book uses the metaphor of symphony to understand and engage in mission. It focuses on three movements of this symphony; namely the stewardship movement, the service movement, and the spoken word movement. These movements of missional intentionality answer three big questions:
Faced with mass suffering, such as the current COVID pandemic, plagues, and natural disasters, we may wonder whether God actually cares about all he has created, including us humans.
The book uses the metaphor of symphony to understand and engage in mission. It focuses on three movements of this symphony; namely: the stewardship movement; the service movement; and the spoken word movement. These movements of missional intentionality answer three big questions: (1) “What is the church’s mission as it participates in God’s mission?”; (2) “What is my role within God’s mission?”; and (3) “What does mission look like in daily life?” Seeing the whole Bible as a story of a missional God whose goal is to restore a broken world, the book seeks to move God’s people from theological reflection to faithful practice, from wrestling with the idea of mission to participating in what God is doing in mission.
This book is an analysis of business innovations. It is arranged into ten distinct types of innovations, with examples for all of them. Included is a listing of 100 different tactics used to implement the innovation. It explains which different types of innovation might be combined to create change in an industry segment. The final section of the book gives “games” or scenarios for leaders to engage in, imagining and analyzing potential targets for innovation.
In this book you will discover a different way of seeing and responding to the Coronavirus pandemic, an approach drawing on Scripture, Christian history, and the way of living, thinking, and praying revealed to us by Jesus. What are we supposed to think about the Coronavirus crisis?