There are few better craftsmen in the church world than Ian Jagelman, and no better book on this subject.
Assoc. Professor Mark Hutchinson
Graduate School, Southern Cross College, Australia
Ian’s writing flows from the unique combination of skills and experience one would expect from a former businessman, successful church leader and now respected scholar.
Pastor Michael Murphy
Senior Pastor, Shire Live, Sydney Australia
National Executive Member, Assemblies of God in Australia
Dr Jagelman comes with decades of local church leadership experience in pastoring, consulting and coaching church leaders.
Executive Director, Next Level International and Proton Foundation, UK
I have worked with Ian for many years in our movement and his record of leading churches and consulting others provides abundant proof of the wisdom of his counsel. The practical insights and pathways Ian provides will assist any congregational leader in designing their church for success.
Senior minister, C3 Church, Oxford Falls NSW
As one of the foremost thinkers on the subject of leadership Ian Jagelman gives in his books a depth of thought proven effective in diverse areas of the world such as Australia, China, Czech Republic, Russia and Italy. A founding pastor of one of Australia’s great churches he spices his teaching with practical wisdom and ready to apply strategies.
Senior Leader, Element, Czech Republic
Dr Ian Jagelman is the Director of The Jagelman Institute, an organisation focussed on equipping leaders, enabling organisations and enriching believers. Formerly the Senior Pastor of Christian City Congregations (a church he planted and grew to a thousand plus members), he now heads a post-graduate studies program at Alphacrucis College, Sydney and travels to various countries on behalf of the Institute. He is recognised as a leading thinker on leadership issues who combine praxis, leadership theory, and the truth of Scripture. He is an Australian who has loved overseas for nine years and has been teaching in cross-cultural contexts for 40 years.