This is part-3 in a 5-part series on Systems Thinking.
Today, John Messer shows how the interaction between Jethro and Moses (Exodus 18:13-27) points to a useful tool to understand behavior over time, leading to changes that address the core problem rather than its symptoms.
This series comes courtesy of John Messer, who recently completed a doctorate degree in Systems Theory with a specific emphasis on application to churches.
John also recently completed a book titled Burnout or Breakout: Systems Thinking for Stifled Leaders and Stuck Churches, which will be published and released soon.
Download and Read a Selection from John’s Book Below:
Breaking Church Addictions
Believe it or not, church addictions are fairly common. They are probably more common than we would like to admit. GO HERE.
Burnout or Breakout
How can church leaders be effective without sacrificing their marriage, their family, or their health in the process? How can good leaders get stuck churches unstuck without becoming another casualty? GO HERE.
A Biblical, Practical Guide to Strategic Planning in the Church . GO HERE.