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Behavioral Convenants in Congregations:  A Handbook for Honoring Differences.  Rendle, Gilbert R.  Alban Institute, 1999.

Benchmarks of Quality in the Church.  Shawchuck, Norman and Gustave Rath.  Abingdon Press, 1994.

Better Than Success: 8 Principles of Faithful Leadership.  Woods, C. Jeff.  Judson Press, 2001.

Church Conflict:  The Hidden Systems Behind the Fights.  Cosgrove, Charles H. and Dennis D. Hatfield.  Abingdon,1994.

Congregational Megatrends.   Woods, C. Jeff.  Alban Institute, 1996.

Cooperating Congregations:  Portraits of Mission Strategies.  Waldkoenig, Gilson A.C. and William O.       Avery.  Alban Institute, 1999.

Creating a Healthier Church:  Family Systems Theory, Leadership and the Congregational Life.  Woods, Ronald W.  Fortress Press, 1996.

Dynamics of Small Town Ministry.  Farris, Lawrence W.  Alban Institute, 2000.

In-Between Church:  Navigating Size Transitions in Congregations, The.  Alban Institute, 1998.

Inviting Church:  A Study in New Member Assimilation, The.  Oswald, Roy M. and Speed B. Leas.  Alban Institute, 2001.

Keeper of the Word: Selected Writings of William Stringfellow, A.  Ed., Bill Wylie Kellermann.  William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1994.

Leading Change in the Congregation, Spiritual and Organizational Tools for Leaders.  Rendle, Gilbert R.  Alban Institute, 1998.

Making the Small Church Effective.  Dudley, Carl S.  Abingdon, 1978.

Next Steps in Community Ministry:  Hands-on Leadership. Dudley, Carl S.  Alban Institute, 1996.

Personality Type in Congregations:  How to Work with Others More Effectively.  Baab, Lynne M.  Alban Institute, 1998.

Prepare Your Church for the Future.  George, Carl F.  Fleming H. Revell, 2001.

Purpose-Driven Life, The.  Warren, Rick.  Zondervan Publishers, 2002.

Spiritual Intimacy and Community.  English, John.  Paulist Press, 1992.

U.S. Lifestyles and Mainline Churches.  Sample, Tex.  Westminster/John Knox Press, 1992.

With God in the Crucible: Preaching Costly Discipleship.  Storey, Peter.  Abingdon Press, 2002.

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