What breaks your heart?
What keeps you up at night?
What could be, that should be?
Andy Stanley believes these questions are bread crumbs that lead to the discovery of personal vision. With down-to-earth practicality, Andy extracts principles from the story of Nehemiah to help readers discover their purpose in life.
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Deep & Wide: Creating Churches Unchurched People Love to Attend
Andy Stanley’s bestselling and award-winning vision for the local church is now available in softcover. New bonus content includes a study guide, church staff resources, and an interview with Andy on the most frequently asked questions about Deep & Wide.
With surprising candor and transparency he explains how one of America’s largest churches began with a high-profile divorce and a church split.
But that’s just the beginning . . .
When Work & Family Collide
Let’s face it. With all the demands of the workplace and all the needs of a family, it’s only a matter of time before one area bumps into the other. And many of us end up cheating our families when the commitments of work and family collide. In this practical book, Andy Stanley will help you establish priorities and boundaries to protect what you value most. He'll explain the difference between saying your family is your priority and actually making them your priority and will offer tested strategies for easing tensions at home and at work.
Making Vision Stick
A vision. As a leader, you may have it-but has your organization caught it? If a leader's vision is all about what could be and what should be, why are you buried under what is? Author and pastor Andy Stanley points out that if followers don't get the vision, it's because the leaders haven't delivered it. He reveals the three reasons vision doesn't stick.
With Making Vision Stick, you'll learn how to propel you and your organization torward on the vision God has given you.
Next Generation Leader
Next Generation Leader has been challenging young Christians eager to learn, grow, and lead in ministry or in the marketplace since its original release in 2003. With an all-new look, this repackaged edition continues to advance the mission of the first release. Mentoring young leaders as they face the unique issues of a changing world has been pastor and bestselling author Andy Stanley’s passion for more than two decades. He shares material from his leadership training sessions, developed to address essential leadership qualities such as character, clarity, courage, and competency. This is the perfect guide for any new leader—or for the mentor of a future leader!
We all have systems, processes, and methods that we employ, and these systems elicit specific behaviors in our families, our friends, our co-workers, and ourselves.
In "Gaining and Sustaining Momentum," Andy Stanley shows us how to apply the three components of sustained momentum.
What makes a great staff . . . great? What causes people to look at your organization and think, Now there's a team that knows how to work together?
A leader's natural tendency is to suppose that tensions within teams, staffs, and organizations are problems that must ultimately be solved. But what if that assumption is wrong?
Every leader will leave a mark. The ultimate question is: What kind of mark will you leave, and how will you know the nature of your legacy?
As a leader, are you intentionally developing a culture of trust, or are you inadvertently contributing to a culture of suspicion?
Seeing a vision become a reality requires more than a single burst of energy or creativity; it requires daily attention and commitment. Making vision stick is your responsibility as the leader.
Uncertainty is a permanent part of the leadership landscape. So how do you push ahead when you don’t have all the answers?
People who were nothing like Jesus liked Jesus. Shouldn’t that be true of his church as well?
Andy Stanley asks the hard questions, uncovers the assumptions that are driving our organizations, and helps us examine what in our organization has momentum and what needs to go.
There are five ideas Andy Stanley can't shake—pivotal concepts that when addressed could shape the communities we live in.