“Who Moved My Pulpit?”: Win Thom Rainer’s New Book!

Thom Rainer has a new book on leading change in the church, Who Moved My Pulpit and we here at RookiePreacher want to share it with you! Enter to win a copy by doing one of the actions indicated below and you could get a free copy!


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I also want to tell you a little about the book. (disclaimer: I am on the launch team for the book, but by no means am I obligated to give a positive review)

Who Moved My Pulpit? Leading Change in the Church is truly a great resource. It is one I have already shared with my leadership team and one I will sing the praises of in the future. Thom Rainer provides a great blueprint for enacting change in the church which can be a contentious, messy, and downright brutal process.

Rainer lays out an eight part process for leading change in the church. This plan is rooted both in Biblical and practical foundations.

This book will also be a resource you can continually refer back to, and your first read through can literally take place in a few hours serving as a quick catalyst to making lasting and necessary change.

I do not want to give too much away about the book but I want every church leader to read it. Even if you are in a context where change does not seem all that hard this will be a great read for you.


Enter out contest for a chance to win a copy! And if you don’t win pay the 10 bucks and get a copy, you won’t regret it.

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Written by Joe Hoagland

Joe is a pastor at Rise Church in Marion, Oh. He is married to his awesome wife Jenna and they have one daughter Aryella.

He loves to lead people to Jesus and preach God's word.

You can often times find Joe hiking, camping, writing, reading, or enjoying technology.


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