Encouraging Attitude Change in the Congregation

By Alban at Duke Divinity, July 13, 2016

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Why is it that lots of churches and their leaders work hard and pray fervently for a better future, yet never seem to get anywhere? The determining factor in congregational flourishing often comes down to attitudes. Change initiatives can grind to a halt when prevailing attitudes impede movement. But attitudes can change, and leaders who have an understanding of the anatomy of an attitude can help congregants reconsider and revise them.

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In 2014 Duke Divinity School took over the work, mission and archive of work of the Alban Institute, which had been a powerhouse in congregational development and equipping leaders for church ministry. See Alban at Duke Divinity's website.

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