Claudia Lavy is vice president of Deepening Your Effectiveness, Inc., a non-profit organization focused on equipping mission-minded pastors and church leaders through consulting, training and coaching. Claudia has served as part of the Discipleship Ministry Team at Ginghamsburg Church and Program Coordinator at Tipp City United Methodist Church, both in Tipp City, Ohio, as well as Operations Director for EUM Church in Greenville, Ohio. She gained extensive experience in administration, operations, management and sales in marketplace leadership positions that range from construction sales management for a large regional home builder to ownership of her own custom home construction company. She is also a former Realtor and licensed land title agent. Claudia and her husband, Keith, are the parents of five grown children and live in Troy, Ohio.
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Boga mar adentro

La renovación congregacional para un discipulado de transformación  
Claudia Lavy, Dan Glover
Traducido por Julio R. Vargas Vidal. Los autores comparan seis etapas del desarrollo espiritual con la playa y el océano, las cuales son ilustradas con las enseñanzas y el proceso de hacer discípulos y discípulas de Jesucristo. Dichas etapas abarcan desde cuando la persona no ha tenido un encuentro personal con Jesucristo, hasta llegar a la madurez cristiana y, ¡boga cada vez mar adentro! El libro ofrece, además, un mapa estructural que incluye cada aspecto de la vida de la iglesia, el cual ...

Deepening your effectiveness

Restructuring the Local Church for Life Transformation  
Claudia Lavy, Dan Glover
Is your goal to build great churches or make great disciples? Is your congregation full of professing-only Christians? Becoming a Christian disciple is supposed to be life-altering, a process of maturation and transformation. The church is to intentionally support that development—both individually and corporately. Sometimes, though, pitfalls and barriers in life and even within the church itself can damage the committed but unequipped follower. Proposing a "deep-sea change" from the typical ...