Leading Change Without Losing Your Job

How to lead significant changes, stay employed and experience incredible results.

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If there’s one thing about 2020 that was true for all churches, it was that plans changed. 

With all that change, many ministry leaders have become increasingly stressed by the uncertainty while also having more time to think about the future. This combination has led many ministry leaders to decide it’s time to make significant changes in their churches. However, leading through change can be difficult and leading a church through change can seem impossible.

How can you navigate change in your church during these challenging times and set your church up for success? Join us online for an exclusive on-demand webinar as we discuss: Leading Change without Losing Your Job. Joining our conversation will be two highly seasoned leaders who have led large churches through significant change, while staying employed and experiencing incredible results.

During this one-hour webinar you will:

  • Discover a proven roadmap for leading change.
  • Learn the secret to communicate change through every level of your organization.
  • Understand barriers that stall change and how to push through to success

We guarantee this one-hour webinar will be one of the best and practical discussions on this issue!

Are you prepared to navigate through the barriers that stall change in your church? Join me for a free webinar for actionable and practical insights. #discipleFIRSTLeadingChange

Featured Panelists

Dr. Craig Etheredge

Dr. Craig Etheredge

Craig is a gifted communicator, author, and Bible teacher. Craig and his family moved to Colleyville, Texas in July 2007 to serve as lead pastor of First Baptist Church where he currently serves. In addition to leading the local church, Craig is the Adjunct Professor of Discipleship at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is involved in the local community. He has a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Craig met his wife, Liz, in the fifth grade and they have two daughters, Leah Beth and Abbie.

Ken Adams

Ken is the lead pastor at Crossroads, and has a passion for being a disciple of Christ and pouring his life into others who have a desire to walk as Jesus walked. As a result of that passion, spiritual growth became the number one goal for Crossroads. Crossroads began to use his resources in its small groups in the early 1990’s. His curriculum was so successful in achieving Crossroad’s goals, Ken decided to make his resources available to other churches. Impact Discipleship Ministries, Inc. was founded in 2002. Since that time, churches across the U.S. and across the globe are actively using Impact’s resources. Ken continues to lead training seminars on the Disciple Making Church strategy, and continues to develop new resources to help churches and individuals develop fully trained disciples of Jesus Christ.

Glenn Underhill

Originally from San Diego, Glenn attended Howard Payne University in Brownwood, TX and Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX. He has served in full-time ministry for over 20 years. Glenn’s first love in ministry is disciple making – the simple, biblical model that Jesus used to make disciples who make disciples. He has trained churches, pastors and leaders through the United States and around the world in Jesus’ disciple-making model. Glenn and his wife, Dawn, have four children.

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