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Books by Bryn

Bryn has written 3 books all of which are available at a discount by contacting Bryn direct. Additional discount will be given for multiple orders.

Leadership Tool Kit

Cost (inc. P&P): £7.00 (normally £8.99)
(Kingsway 2002 reprint)

Leadership Tool Kit
After nearly twenty years in management training, Bryn Hughes is convinced that enhancing the skills of leadership is critical for ministers of churches, leaders of missions and other Christian organisations. These skills come into sharp focus when training the crucial second tier of leadership.

However, leaders who are committed to improving both themselves and their senior teams are desperately short of practical tools. Here is a development manual of eleven tested tools, including:

  • Exploring motives
  • Identifying key result areas
  • Learning from success - and failure
  • Delegation and communication
  • Continuing self-development

Small Group Know How
Small groups are crucial to the future of the church - and a feature of almost every lively church. This book will help you lead a small group with integrity and wisdom. Includes:

  • Qualities of a good group leader
  • Preparing new leaders
  • Responsibilities of leadership
  • Purposes and values of small groups
  • Leading discussions
  • Asking good questions
  • Listening well
  • Handling tricky situations
"A key tool for those with a passion for vital and viable church life." Chris Cartwright, Senior Pastor, Cardiff City Temple.

Small Group Know How

Cost (inc. P&P): £6.50 (normally £7.99)
(Monarch 2001)


Discipling, Coaching, Mentoring

Cost (inc. P&P): £7.00 (normally £8.99)
(Kingsway 2003)

Discipling, Coaching, Mentoring
Christians are called not only to discipleship, but to discipling - making disciples of Jesus Christ. This book, filled with practical wisdom, shows how you can undertake this role through:

  • coaching - a skills-based programme of training and encouraging; and
  • mentoring - a longer-term process that is concerned less with performance and more with personal development.

Bryn Hughes shares countless pearls of wisdom gained through his own training and experience, covering one-to-one and group work, how to build trust, how to ask helpful questions, and much more.