Connect with George Bullard at GBullard@TheColumbiaPartnership.org or call him at 803.622.0923.
George Bullard is a Ministry Colleague and Book Author with The Columbia Partnership. He also serves them as Vice President and Strategic Coordinator. George’s vision is to use his spiritual and strategic giftedness to empower congregations and congregational champions to fulfill their vision for Kingdom growth.
In addition, George is the General Secretary [executive director] of the North American Baptist Fellowship of the Baptist World Alliance where he builds collaboration among two dozen Baptist groups throughout North America.
Transforming Congregations, Transforming Denominations, Coaching Leaders, and Sharing Knowledge are the areas of service provided by George.
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Sharing Knowledge by George Bullard--Articles to Download and Recordings for ListeningDownload Bullard, FaithSoaring Pastors, 2.14.12, Edition Download Bullard, Missional Banality, 8.9.11 Edition Download Bullard, Do You Really Believe in Your Vision, 3.30.11 Edition
Check Out Books by George:
George is Senior Editor for The Columbia Partnership Leadership Series, a book se rie s with Chalice Press. George’s first book in this imprint is Pursuing the Full Kingdo m Potential of Your Congregation. His second is Every Congregation Needs a Little Conflict. His newest book is FaithSoaring Churches. View and purchase books in imprint at TCP Resources Store. He is currently working on several book projects. His next book will be about denominations. He will be a regular contributor to a new digital publishing vehicle know as Chalice Pages through www.ChalicePress.com.
A Summary of George's Experience:
In Baptist denominational service George was one of the organizational architects during the 1970s of the a North American emphasis on congregational redevelopment known as PACT, was the primary organizational architect during the early 1980s of the Mega Focus Cities effort that addressed the Great Commission and Great Commandment challenges in the 50 largest megalopolitan areas of the United States, was the primary organizational architect during the early 1990s of the first round of the Empowering Kingdom Growth emphasis of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, and has been the primary architect of the Pursuing Vital Ministry emphasis of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina since 2001. This latter emphasis is known in The Columbia Partnership as a Spiritual Strategic Journey.
George has coached numerous local, regional and national denominational organizations among various Baptist groups. Since 1996, George’s ministry has been expanded to include work with various denominational families throughout North America. Among them are Assemblies of God, Baptist, Christian (Disciples of Christ), Christian and Missionary Alliance, Christian Reformed, Church of God, Episcopal, Evangelical Covenant, Evangelical Free, Lutheran, Methodist, Pentecostal Holiness, Presbyterian, Reformed Church in America, Wesleyan, and other denominational, non-denominational, and parachurch groups.
George is widely recognized as an advisor to denominational leaders, a futurist, a strategic planning expert, a group process facilitator, a church growth strategist, an authority in conflict management, and a writer. He has extensively developed a life cycle model for congregations, which helps congregational leaders know what types of assistance they may need to best facilitate growth.
Strategic planning, church growth, missional church, and conflict management consultations and training have been a major part of George’s denominational service during the past 27 years. He has provided in-depth consultation services to more than 500 congregations and denominational organizations. He has led or assisted in-depth training more than 1000 denominational workers in strategic planning, church growth, missional movements, and conflict management consultation skills.
George is a graduate of Mars Hill College in North Carolina, and has seminary degrees of Master of Divinity, Master of Theology, and Doctor of Ministry.
Web Site: www.TheColumbiaPartnership.org, TCP Telephone: 803.622.0923. E-mail: GBullard@TheColumbiaPartnership.org, Voice: 803.622.0923, Mail: 332 Valley Springs Road, Columbia, SC 29223-6934. View his formal Weblog at www.BullardJournal.org.