|What Every Pastor Should Know: 101 Indispensable Rules of Thumb for Leading Your Church|
Pastors and church leaders are constantly faced with tough questions. What size staff does the church need? How many workers are needed in the nursery this month? When is the right time to start a second worship service? How many people should we train for evangelism this year? How does seating and parking impact worship attendance?
What Every Pastor Should Know offers 101 valuable rules and time-tested wisdom to help answer real-life ministry questions. From advertising to facilities to visitation, this valuable book offers the practical help you need, just when you need it most. This comprehensive guide will become one of the most valuable books in your library.
"This book is fantastic! There is no doubt that it will be on my shelf as a reference for years to come."--Thom S. Rainer, president and CEO, LifeWay Christian Resources
"An incredible reference guide . . . the practical information in these pages is essential knowledge for those of us who want to lead growing, effective churches."--Nelson Searcy, lead pastor, The Journey Church; founder, www.ChurchLeaderInsights.com
"Every pastor should read this book."--Elmer Towns, cofounder, Liberty University
"Well researched, comprehensive, specific, and practical."--Eddie Gibbs, professor emeritus, Fuller Theological Seminary
"A wealth of insights for pastors on the day-to-day issues of leading an effective church."--Ed Stetzer, author, Subversive Kingdom
"This is one of the most practical and useful books I have ever read from two of Christianity's long-standing giants. I dog-eared so many pages I soon realized it would have been simpler to dog-ear the less important ones. Keep this book on your desk and refer to it before taking any ministry step. It's that good!"--Clay Jones, Outreach Magazine
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