Book Tour: Together As A Team

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Featuring Bill Couchenour and Keri Ladouceur

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Book Tour — Together As A Team


Together as a Team proposes an approach to seeing teams move beyond authoritative, top-down leadership structures into a values-based and shared leadership model. It introduces a framework for clarifying your church’s mission, vision, and values in a collaborative way. Once you articulate those, the work of defining ministry goals, refining strategy, and aligning resources quickly emerges. This approach to values-based leadership will fortify engagement, ownership, and empowerment, which can catalyze your team toward greater kingdom impact.

Written for pastors, ministry leaders, team leaders, and elders alike, this book will help anyone who is called to steward a local church body. Churches can use this resource not just to develop their own leadership knowledge but also to build a long-term and sustainable approach to collaborative, values-based leadership. You will walk away with a fresh perspective on effective ministry leadership.


Featured Guest

Keri Ladouceur

Keri is the Community Pastor at Community Christian Church in Naperville, IL.

Eric Schansberg

Eric is Professor of Economics at Indiana University Southeast.

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Featured Guest


Keri is the Community Pastor at Community Christian Church in Naperville, IL, and founder of New Ground Network. As a coach, Keri has served pastors and church leaders by facilitating processes that catalyze them towards seizing their unique vision and dev elop their team’s capacity. Her coaching has been shaped as a former marketplace executive, a pastor and senior leader at Willow Creek Community Church, with more than a decade of coaching Pastors and non - profit leaders. Her newest project is launching a p odcast that facilitates conversations exploring the tension of following Jesus and the invitation for the Church to pace culture.


Eric Schansberg is Professor of Economics at Indiana University Southeast. Eric is the author of two books on public policy, a light commentary on Joshua (Inheriting Our Promised Land), and a Bible reading plan for people who are new to the Scriptures or have not yet gotten into the great Word of God (The Word Diet: Reading One Chapter per Day for a Year Understand the Arc of the Bible).



Bill Couchenour has a fervent desire to see Gospel saturation locally, regionally, and throughout the US. He has served churches across the country for over 30 years. As Director of Learning Communities at Exponential, he provides strategic and operational oversight of Exponential’s R&D and expanding educational opportunities. He facilitates the Exponential Learning Communities that have included Future Travelers and Radical Multisite and, currently, Multipliers: Leading Beyond Addition. He also serves network and denominational leaders of church planting movements with the Exponential resources. Bill also serves as a Governing Elder and Board Member at the Underground Network, a network of micro-churches around the world that is based in Tampa, FL. He has also served in leadership for several other organizations including; Youth for Christ, Heartland Christian School, and BeTheChangeProject, and cofounded the Cornerstone Knowledge Network. Bill is married to Pam, and they have four adult children and three grandchildren. He received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Youngstown State University and an MBA from The University of Tampa.

We are better together!

“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23

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