Leading God-Centered Decision-Making
How does your congregation make decisions? How do you keep things moving in a positive direction? How does your congregation notice, discern, and respond to God’s presence among you and in the world around you?
On April 21, 9:30 am to 3:30 pm at Swamp Mennonite Church in Quakertown (map), “Leading God-Centered Decision-Making,” will help church leadership teams assist their congregations in making significant decisions with less conflict, more certainty, and a sense of God’s presence in their midst.
Facilitator Sherill Hostetter will give input on cultural differences in decision-making and conflictual issues, as well as guidelines for planning a decision-making process. Participants will actively engage in a structured, effective process that provides facilitation tools to enhance the spiritual discipline of listening and discerning.
Sherill has an extensive background in assisting individuals, leaders and congregations with conflict resolution, managing change, re-envisioning mission, understanding and embracing diversity, and spiritual discernment processes.
Congregations are encouraged to bring their entire leadership teams. Free, including lunch and snacks.