Resourcing congregations and their leaders

sueRev. Susan M. Lang, owner of RevWriter Resources, LLC., is a church consultant, coach, and author offering resources and leadership support for your congregation or ministry setting.

I see myself as a consultant and coach who doesn't come with predetermined answers or plans. Instead I walk alongside your congregation or judicatory to draw out the ministry possibilities that the Holy Spirit is birthing in your setting. Tell me what you'd like to accomplish in your leadership retreat or seminar and, as a writer and developer, I'll craft something to address your specific goals.

Rev. Sue Lang

What I Do:

  • Workshops and seminars developed to fit your needs
  • Leadership retreats
  • Church consultation
  • Coaching for individuals or groups
  • Network weaving
  • Conflict and crisis management

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  • Making Mutual Ministry Work

    On Saturday, October 4, 2014 from 9:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m., I will be facilitating a seminar on the model of mutual ministry presented in Pastor and People: Making Mutual Ministry Work. It will be held at New Hanover Lutheran Church in Gilbertsville, PA. Here’s a link to registration information If you have questions or would like a brochure feel free to email me at sue@revwriter.com.

  • There’s no going back to the 1950s

    In Networked: The New Social Operating System, Lee Rainie, director of the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, and Barry Wellman, sociology professor and director of NetLab at the University of Toronto,[i] talk about how the internet is changing us and our relationships. They say that people no longer seek membership in groups as they did in the past. Rainie and Wellman coin the term “networked individuals” to describe how we now prefer to connect digitally to a variety of social networks and search engines to acquire information. The new trend towards networked individualism has tremendous ramifications for congregations, because in the early to mid-20th century, congregations were one of the most recognized and highly accepted social groups to which people belonged.  This...

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  • Keeping it Legal: Copyright Laws and the Church

    The issue of congregations and copyrights is one that my synod will be addressing in a congregational communicators network gathering in May. Dealing with copyrights is so much more complex for congregations in our highly connected 21st century.  It occurred to me to share with you an article I wrote for an issue of The Lutheran magazine last year. It’s titled Keeping it Legal.