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Though pastors and other church leaders are reticent to admit it, ministry silos are one of the most common dysfunctions at work in American churches. People and ministries share the same roof but do nearly everything in isolation. Outside of Sundays, they rarely combine their efforts. Like members of a dysfunctional family, most church staff members know their team isn’t Though pastors and other church leaders are reticent to admit it, ministry silos are one of the most common dysfunctions at work in American churches. People and ministries share the same roof but do nearly everything in isolation. Outside of Sundays, they rarely combine their efforts. Like members of a dysfunctional family, most church staff members know their team isn’t healthy, but they’ve learned to cope and get by, living separate lives within the same house. It’s not hard to tell when a church has silos. The difficult part is discovering and eliminating their true causes. This eBook explores the triggers and symptoms of a "divided house" so you can identify the steps your church needs to take towards greater unity.


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Though pastors and other church leaders are reticent to admit it, ministry silos are one of the most common dysfunctions at work in American churches. People and ministries share the same roof but do nearly everything in isolation. Outside of Sundays, they rarely combine their efforts. Like members of a dysfunctional family, most church staff members know their team isn’t Though pastors and other church leaders are reticent to admit it, ministry silos are one of the most common dysfunctions at work in American churches. People and ministries share the same roof but do nearly everything in isolation. Outside of Sundays, they rarely combine their efforts. Like members of a dysfunctional family, most church staff members know their team isn’t healthy, but they’ve learned to cope and get by, living separate lives within the same house. It’s not hard to tell when a church has silos. The difficult part is discovering and eliminating their true causes. This eBook explores the triggers and symptoms of a "divided house" so you can identify the steps your church needs to take towards greater unity.

37 review for 7 Warning Signs Your Church Has Ministry Silos: Triggers and Symptoms of a Divided House

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gabre Cameron

    Easy Read I like the points made in the book. Simple and to the point. My only disappointment is that the links don't work. Easy Read I like the points made in the book. Simple and to the point. My only disappointment is that the links don't work.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tim Ogle

    This is a good quick read to consider the "silos" or independent ministries that are competing against the progress in making disciples. This is a good quick read to consider the "silos" or independent ministries that are competing against the progress in making disciples.

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