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by Craig Groeschel

  • Author: Craig Groeschel
  • ISBN: 0310493099
  • ISBN13: 978-0310493099
  • ePub: 1604 kb | FB2: 1111 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Christian Living
  • Publisher: Zondervan; Reprint edition (January 26, 2011)
  • Pages: 192
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 868
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It: How Churches and Leaders Can Get It and Keep It ePub download

When Craig Groeschel founded LifeChurch. tv, the congregation met in a borrowed two-car garage, with ratty furnishings and faulty audiovisual equipment. has been added to your Cart.

When Craig Groeschel founded LifeChurch. But people were drawn there.

What is It, and how can you and your ministry get-and keep-It? .

What is It, and how can you and your ministry get-and keep-It? Combining in-your-face honesty with off-the-wall humor, this book tells how any believer can obtain It, get It back, and guard It. One of today's most innovative church leaders, Groeschel provides profile interviews with Mark Driscoll, Perry Noble, Tim Stevens, Mark Batterson, Jud Wilhite, and Dino Rizzo. This lively book will challenge churches and their leaders to maintain the spiritual balance that results in experiencing It in their lives.

What is It, and how can you and your ministry get - and keep - It? Combining. in-your-face honesty with off-the-wall humor, Groeschel - one of today s most innovative church leaders - provides profile interviews with Mark Driscoll, Perry Noble, Tim Stevens, Mark Batterson, Jud Wilhite, and Dino Rizzo. This book tells how any believer can obtain It, get It back, and guard It. And, to dig deeper, the It Pack includes the softcover book and a DVD that will challenge churches and their leaders to maintain the spiritual balance that results in experiencing It in their lives.

Craig Groeschel, founding and senior pastor of LifeChurch How to get it and keep it. By Thriftbooks. com User, December 5, 2009. Some ministries have it. Some don't. Most churches want it.

How to get it and keep it. Few have it. When a church has it, everyone can tell, according to Craig Groeschel in this book. The author says that he doesn't really know what it is, but his book goes on to talk about where it comes from, what contributes to it, and, if you have lost it, how to get it back and guard it.

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Craig Groeschel (born December 2, 1967) is the founder and senior pastor of Life. It – How Churches and Leaders Can Get It and Keep It (2008). Church, an American evangelical multi-site church with locations in ten . 1 Early life and education. The Christian Atheist: Believing in God but Living as if He Doesn't Exist (2010).

How do we get IT? I don’t know. There are certain qualities that are most often there when IT is there. Thanks for this summary. I’m reading Craig Groeschel’s book It: How Churches and Leaders Can Get It and Keep It. The illusive it is what attracts people and makes ministries effective. Craig says it can’t be taught, but it can be caught. God gives it. It has a lot to do with the Holy Spirit. I don’t think Craig is saying that the Holy Spirit is a preferential mystic. The Bible does say that don’t quench the Spirit, so it is possible to thwart his efforts.

In his book, It: How Churches and Leaders Can Get It and Keep It, he describes that illusive .

In his book, It: How Churches and Leaders Can Get It and Keep It, he describes that illusive something that some leaders and organizations have and others don’t. In a moment, I will tell you how to get a copy FREE. Yes, this is a book written by a pastor. It assumes that you are reading it in a ministry context. In the second part of the book, Craig describes seven consistent qualities that are almost always present when it is present in a leader or organization: Vision: The ability to see it clearly. He describes what vision is, how to find it, and the importance of communicating it.

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When Craig Groeschel founded LifeChurch.tv, the congregation met in a borrowed two-car garage, with ratty furnishings and faulty audiovisual equipment. But people were drawn there, sensing a powerful, life-changing force Groeschel calls “It.”What is It, and how can you and your ministry get -- and keep -- It? Combining in-your-face honesty with off-the-wall humor, Groeschel -- one of today’s most innovative church leaders -- provides profile interviews with Mark Driscoll, Perry Noble, Tim Stevens, Mark Batterson, Jud Wilhite, and Dino Rizzo.This book tells how any believer can obtain It, get It back, and guard It. And, to dig deeper, the It Pack includes the softcover book and a DVD that will challenge churches and their leaders to maintain the spiritual balance that results in experiencing It in their lives.
Maridor
Interesting book. If you are actively part of any ministry, you have gone through the highs and lows. You intuitively sense when God is active and working and putting a straight road in front of the ministry, and you also know when Jesus has left the building. What I enjoy about this book is it is a hands on explanation of What happened, why, and most importantly - the critical factors that Pastor Craig saw looking back through the rear view mirror. When you are struggling within a ministry - you rarely have the correct perspective, time or patience to see the problem. You just know something is missing. Many times what is missing is: PRAYER, FOCUS, LISTENING to what GOD is saying, distracted by doing too many things averagely.

I love his section on pick the one thing you can be excellent at - and then spend your tine energy and resources on that one thing. This project OR that, rather than This AND that AND the next item.

It is a hard book to start, it takes a while to get past the over use of the IT in it. - But trust me - take the time plow on - there are nuggets for your soul in this book.

David Spatz ~ Jertex Networks
Ieregr
This is a motivational book about leadership and development in the church. The author is Craig Groeschel who planted the LifeChurch.TV. This was an successful plant in the Oklahoma City area. He is more of an emergent church leader and author. The book does not bring new insights into church leadership but the book does provide overwhelming motivation to reach out into the world for Christ. The book provides some practical reminders of the need for team work, humility, vision, trust, and passion for Christ. The book is a easy read which will motive the reader during some down time in the day. The stories in the book are excellent and Craig is honest in his approach to ministry. He talks about the ups and downs of leading a congregation. His book "Confessions of a Pastors" was excellent too. This book will provide the discouraged preacher some encouragement to continue to be aggressive in reaching souls within the community. For light read, during a dark week, this book will help. And maybe at the end of the book you will discover what "IT" real is.
Priotian
I have read a couple books by Craig Groeschel: "Weird" and "The Christian Atheist". I really enjoyed both books. "It" is okay, but this book never really says anything definitive. It makes a bunch of great observations. I am looking, however, for some concrete lessons that I can take back to my church and really use to grow our ministry. I will keep thinking on the points it does make, and perhaps I will be struck with an absolutely brilliant idea that transforms our small, aging congregation into something much more vibrant than what we have today.
Winn
This book was a very easy read with a lot of humor (there were times I literally laughed out loud!). And yet, this book goes down to the core of really encouraging us, as Christians, to do deep, introspection. Am I in love with Jesus or "my" ministry? Do I even care about souls anymore......and so much more!
Coidor
I bought this book years ago and read it. I bought it to read to help a ministry I was a part of at the time, and I discovered some real gems in the book that helped me in my personal life. God really used it to speak to me and to push me to face my own issues. I loaned it to someone else and have no clue where it ended up, so I recently purchased the Kindle version. It was so great to read it again and now I have a copy to refer back to when I need it.
Berenn
At first I didn't like this book or the author. But after reading it completely I appreciate him and his book. He asked one question that sent me through many thoughts: What can your church be the best in the world at? At first I thought that was a crazy question for the chrch I pastor, with just over 100 people in average attendance Sunday morning. But I challenged the church and when we finally figured out the answer it is having great impact. We are now the best in the world at one thing.
Malalanim
This book nails "it." It clearly explains why a few churches and leaders succeed while many do not. This is a must read for church leaders and Christians who want to experience what it takes to be part of a flourishing New Testament church. This book details what God expects of His people.
This book is for everyone, not just church leaders. Craig Groeschel bares his heart and soul to help the reader find IT, that intangible quality that spurs us on to help build God's Kingdom one person at a time. Have you been ruined? Do you need to be healed? You will find some answers here.
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