Ever wonder why some churches are declining and others are not? What characteristics do pastors of larger, growing churches possess?

At Leaders.Church we believe that church doesn’t have to be what it always has been. Further, we believe you have the capacity to lead it at an entirely new level.

Right Turns serves as a guide to get you there. This book has been compiled from years of experience and is available FREE for a limited time plus $4.95 shipping.



Do you want your team invigorated by your decisions? Do you want to have more influence as a result? Making the right decisions is hard when you are not entirely sure if it's the right call. But you CAN have the confidence you need as you lead. We'll help you get there!

Right Turns serves as a guide to 30 different issues you face as a pastor. You can do what you've always done or you can give a critical eye to how you can be better leading in your church. Right Turns will help you get there by looking at the following six components of ministry:

“Dick has written literally a guidebook on how to drill down on 30 decision points pastors confront. He has written at a level that is applicable to churches of all sizes.... Dick talks about universal principles of doing church that transcend culture, location, and church size.”

Mark Batterson - National Community Church, Washington D.C.

A Book For All Church Leaders

Questions abound for all church leaders. Of the volumes written on church leadership, many are theoretical in nature. Right Turns is not. This book deals with the nuts and bolts of ministry. It is highly practical and spiritual at the same time.

Right Turns purposes to be a pastor's guide to navigating the twists and turns of ministry. This book provides the directions leading pastors choose in advancing God's church.

A Word From The Author

“I love the church. I am fortunate to have been involved in ministry for nearly 41 years. This book is a compilation of things I've learned throughout my ministry career. Ministry is full of difficult decisions, and I hope this book helps you confidently take the appropriate steps in leading your ministry.”