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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2007|
Availability: In Stock
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Is your church looking to get back to the root of what it means to be a church, to be in the world, doing God's work? If so, this guide will help you understand exactly what being a missional church looks like, how to make it happen, and how to make it work.
How does a church become missional? And for leaders, is moving a consumer church to become missional a mission: impossible?
This Training Pack contains all of the following:
Title: Missional: Possible
Deck: How to help your church look upward, inward, and outward.
Author: Chad Hall
Title: Rediscovering an Old Calling
Deck: How families and churches are relearning the meaning of mission.
Author: Eric Reed
Title: Renewing the Churcha s Mission
Deck: How one church moved toward missional values, and how it changed along the way.
Author: Charles Roesel
Title: Moving in a New Direction
Deck: What happened when one church redefined itself around mission.
Author: Wade Hodges with Greg Taylor
Title: The Missional Leader
Deck: How does a leader prepare a church to look outside itself?
Author: Chad Hall
Title: How to Be a Good Church
Deck: Many churches are redefining themselves around significance, not success.
Author: Eric Swanson