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According to Alban consultant Susan Beaumont, what is a strategy to reduce anxiety in your congregation
After an “amygdala highjack” where the reptilian fight or flight response has been triggered, how long does it take for the rational neo-cortex to re-establish control?
What evolutionary brain function does the Amygdala serve?
What is NOT an example of “chronic” anxiety in a congregation?
In the video clip from the movie “To Kill a Mockingbird,” what helped to move the mob from attacking to retreating?
The chair of the Adult Education Team is looking to reimagine the small group ministry (e.g. chalice circles, convenant groups) program. She went to a church growth conference and learned how other congregations are using small group ministry to provide religious education. In what situation would it be wise to lead by charisma (i.e. using her own personality and skills to infuse the project with energy and excitment)?
In what situation would it be wise to lead by enmeshment (i.e. using and reinforcing existing close relationships as the foundation of the start-up)?
In what situation would it be wise to lead by self-differentiation (casting her vision, but creating space for others to help shape the program)?