There was a time when Christians and the Church pioneered much of the future, shaping culture in profound ways, from business to art to justice reform. But along the way, that redemptive, adaptive movement began to institutionalize, leaving us change-averse and frozen in time.
In this episode of the Everyday Disciple Podcast, Caesar welcomes innovation strategist and author, Doug Paul, who uses surprising stories and cultural analysis to help explain five phases of Kingdom innovation and how leaders in the Church today can start leading change and innovation.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- What true innovation is and who are the best innovators.
- Why most leaders haven’t really innovated their churches during the pandemic.
- 5 (easy to grasp) phases of innovation.
- How to get the training and tools you need to begin to lead change.
From this episode:
“Innovation is a skill and it’s a muscle you can grow. You can learn how to do innovation. You weren’t born to have it or not have it, and even people who think they’re naturally good at it have a lot to learn. Fundamentally, in the world in which we now live, the Christian leader missing the skill of innovation is like a carpenter missing a hammer. It’s not the only skill in the toolbelt, but not having it moving into the future, will be indefensible.“
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