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About the Book

Vision. It can be a very slippery thing. As leaders, we can have a crystal-clear sense of purpose and direction at some points, but they may seem like foreign objects from time to time. Sooner or later, it happens to all of us. In this book, Pastor Greg Surratt shares his story of asking himself hard questions... and finding the answers to be both surprising and inspiring. He addresses the crucial topics of limitations, culture, and legacy, but he also dives into harder issues of how to handle heartaches and what actually captures the hearts of the people we lead. Re-Visioning is designed to recharge our leadership batteries and equip us to inspire our teams with humility, boldness, and joy.
About the Author: Greg Surratt is the founding pastor of Seacoast Church in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. He is also the co-founder and current president of the Association of Related Churches, an organization working with church planters and church leaders to provide support, guidance and resources to launch and grow life-giving churches. He is the author of Ir-rev-rend: Christianity without pretense, faith without façade. Greg and his wife Debbie have four children and (at this count) fourteen grandchildren.

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Product Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781642960129
  • Publisher: ARC Resources
  • Publisher Imprint: ARC Resources
  • Height: 206 mm
  • No of Pages: 224
  • Spine Width: 15 mm
  • Width: 203 mm
  • ISBN-10: 1642960128
  • Publisher Date: 04 Feb 2020
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Language: English
  • Returnable: Y
  • Weight: 430 gr

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