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This was an excellent book on transformation. The exercises were well aligned with what the chapter talked about. The information was well presented and easily understood. I really enjoyed this read for my personal growth and for how I can pass it on to others. Very relevant. ( )
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Transformation captivates a world hungry for change. Transformation looks like hearts cracking open to God's touch, reconciliation in relationships, and the restoration of broken character. It is powerful to heal both within the church and the community, and our need for it today is great. But transformation like this doesn't happen casually. Christian leaders are called to lead transformation within themselves and others but often do not understand the fundamental nature of how change really happens in the heart. Like throwing good seed onto poor soil, leaders miss the groundwork needed to produce genuine change. Authors Scott Larson and Daniel L. Tocchini have spent their lives learning how to do this groundwork. Through a combination of storytelling, research, and methods garnered from years of practice, the authors share their experiences of leading transformation within ministry and business. In Groundwork they invite leaders and ministry professionals to learn from both the authors' mistakes and achievements and to put into practice the knowledge of what works and what impedes true change. Jesus taught that the seeds of God's transformative power are freely sown; let's do the groundwork so God's seeds land on good soil and bear the fruit of hope and healing. Transformation captivates a world hungry for change. Transformation looks like hearts cracking open to God's touch, reconciliation in relationships, and the restoration of broken character. It is powerful to heal both within the church and the community, and our need for it today is great. But transformation like this doesn't happen casually. Christian leaders are called to lead transformation within themselves and others but often do not understand the fundamental nature of how change really happens in the heart. Like throwing good seed onto poor soil, leaders miss the groundwork needed to produce genuine change. Authors Scott Larson and Daniel L. Tocchini have spent their lives learning how to do this groundwork. Through a combination of storytelling, research, and methods garnered from years of practice, the authors share their experiences of leading transformation within ministry and business. In Groundwork they invite leaders and ministry professionals to learn from both the authors' mistakes and achievements and to put into practice the knowledge of what works and what impedes true change. Jesus taught that the seeds of God's transformative power are freely sown; let's do the groundwork so God's seeds land on good soil and bear the fruit of hope and healing. Transformation captivates a world hungry for change. Transformation looks like hearts cracking open to God's touch, reconciliation in relationships, and the restoration of broken character. It is powerful to heal both within the church and the community, and our need for it today is great. But transformation like this doesn't happen casually. Christian leaders are called to lead transformation within themselves and others but often do not understand the fundamental nature of how change really happens in the heart. Like throwing good seed onto poor soil, leaders miss the groundwork needed to produce genuine change. Authors Scott Larson and Daniel L. Tocchini have spent their lives learning how to do this groundwork. Through a combination of storytelling, research, and methods garnered from years of practice, the authors share their experiences of leading transformation within ministry and business. In Groundwork they invite leaders and ministry professionals to learn from both the authors' mistakes and achievements and to put into practice the knowledge of what works and what impedes true change. Jesus taught that the seeds of God's transformative power are freely sown; let's do the groundwork so God's seeds land on good soil and bear the fruit of hope and healing.… (more)

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