1 What Size Are You?
2 What Is the Church's Orientation?
3 How Is the Church Structured?
4 Who Sets the Direction?
5 What Is the Pastor's Role?
6 How Are Decisions Made?
7 What Is the Impact of Staff?
8 How Does Change Take Place?
9 How Do Churches Grow?
10 What Are the Obstacles to Growth?
11 What Are the Strategies for Growth?
12 Where To from Here?
Dr. Gary L. McIntosh is a nationally known author, speaker, educator, consultant, and professor of Christian ministry and leadership at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, located in La Mirada, California. He has written extensively in the field of pastoral ministry, leadership, generational studies, and church growth. Dr. McIntosh received his B.A. from Colorado Christian University in Biblical Studies, an M.Div. from Western C.B. Seminary in Pastoral Studies, and a D.Min. from Fuller Theological Seminary in Church Growth Studies. As President of The McIntosh Church Growth Network, a church consulting firm he founded in 1989, Dr. McIntosh has served over 500 churches in 53 denominations throughout the United States and Canada. The 1995 and 1996 President of the American Society for Church Growth, he edits both the Church Growth Network newsletter and the Journal of the American Society for Church Growth.