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February 19, 2006


We are discovering at our church plant just how hard adaptive leadership is! It takes a collaborative effort rather than relying on one monolithic person at the wheel to turn the ship. (Gee whiz! It takes so much thought and effort!) After only one year of existence, we have discovered that on-going evaluation and planning is essential to a congregation and mission field that changes rather rapidly. I wish I could be a fly on the wall in your classes and listen to how it ought to be done. Our leadership families are all dipping oars in and trying to make sure that we're rowing in the right direction. Time will tell...

what an incredible season and opportunity for you, tim. i am so jealous. question- can you reccommend something on the AI process; would love to learn more about it.


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