A Bias Toward Action: Creating Dynamic Cultures to Heal Stained Glass Paralysis
was written after we became aware there are a lot of Jesus people who want to do God’s work but have found it difficult to do in their churches. The book acknowledges church is the problem...and the solution, and gives helpful hints about how to break through inactivity.
In a world where agility, motion and communication are key, churches and ministry organizations find themselves aching to achieve something meaningful, but are mired in the past—trapped in the way things used to be. A Bias Toward Action offers dynamic leaders a new perspective into cultural re-creation that can move these helping organizations out of the paralysis our pews have engendered and into the light of active, gracious, life-sustaining activity.
A Bias Toward Action inspires a bold approach and a call to action to bring God’s kingdom to earth as it is in heaven—in a newly re-created ministry setting where everything is fresh and every avenue is a possibility.