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Ruth Haley Barton is founding president of The Transforming Center near Chicago. TransformingCenter.org.

Adapted by permission from Pursuing God's Will Together, by Ruth Haley Barton, ©2012 IVP.

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Ruth Haley Barton is founding president of The Transforming Center near Chicago.

From Issue:Ministry's Core, Fall 2012 | Posted: November 5, 2012

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freed

November 07, 2012  11:38am

Might be a slower and cumbersome process of decision-making but in the end the whole group decides and no ones idea and way discermnet is being ignored. I like this article, it should help many leaders to follow a more spirit-lead initiatives.

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Michael C. Mack

November 06, 2012  2:46pm

Very thought-provoking article. You're right. Listening is key.

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