Like good coaching, effective pastoring requires attention to your plan, your preparation, and your people. Here's a playbook for success on the pastoral playing field! Laying out a biblical model for team-based ministry, Toler and Gilbert help you improve your training skills, build ministry action squads, then fine-tune them to win---for eternity. 151 pages, softcover from Beacon Hill.
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Review 1 for The Pastor's Playbook: Coaching Your Team for Ministry
Date:March 16, 2005
David R. Bess
I give this book two stars because it may have a few stories I can use somewhere along the way, and because it has catchy acronyms. Unfortunately, these two traits are the strengths of the title. Toler here presents very little substance for a pastor who wants to cultivate teamwork in his congregation.If you want a good resource as a pastor or as a lay leader to promote cooperation in your church, this one is likely to disappoint you.