by Dr. Jay Passavant

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- BRAD LOMENICK Best-selling author, The Catalyst Leader

Church succession faces a daunting failure rate of 70% within the first 3 years.

Answering the need for clear thinking and proven Biblical principles that the Church can implement, Seamless Succession identifies and discusses seven principles that leaders can follow to dramatically improve the likelihood and longevity of a successful transition.

With experiential insight, Dr. Jay Passavant offers a firsthand account of the corporate blessing and transformative possibility this season can hold, demonstrating that your church can actually grow healthier in the midst of major leadership change.

Seamless Succession offers a detailed plan with proven concepts for effective transition planning and implementation, proving that the succession process can be a catalyst for overall growth, furthering the end goal 'to make disciples of all nations'.

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BN ID: 2940150879836
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication date: 07/06/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 108
File size: 223 KB

About the Author

Dr. Jay Passavant (M.Div/D.Min Fuller Theological Seminary) received a commission in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1970, and following his service was ordained in the UPUSA for over seven years. In 1981, with the support of his wife Carol, he launched North Way Christian Community near Pittsburgh, PA, and led the church for over three decades. In 2013, he founded the consulting firm Passavant Leadership Group, providing integrated services to churches and nonprofit organizations with a focus on the strategic planning and implementation of major leadership transitions.

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SEAMLESS SUCCESSION 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Well done and from very thoughtful personal experience. Excellent recommendations for large and small church. Must admit might be harder for a smaller church to follow in as much detail. However, if a minister who is leaving is willing to give them time for a good transition, it is great. That is a critical step for any leader who is leaving/retiring. Particularly the retiring minister owes it to his/her church to allow for a good transition. That is finishing ‘Strong’. Well thought out and articulated book.