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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2007|
Availability: In Stock
So, you want your church to grow? Most church leaders do, but it's dangerous to focus too much on numbers and the comparisons between other churches.
These nine articles from Leadership journal help your church to assess your health, motives, and priorities first. You'll find examples of a church climate that leads to physical and spiritual growth. And you'll get tips for creating an environment where evangelism flourishes.
This Training Pack contains all of the following:
Title: Bullish on Evangelism
Deck: Investing in outreach can pay off, even when market conditions arena t favorable. But you need a strategy.
Author: Calvin C. Ratz
Title: You Can't Believe Everything You Hear About Church Growth
Deck: Shattering these nine myths will help you be realistic about your ministry.
Author: Lyle E. Schaller
Title: Making Ministry Healthy
Deck: It is possible for an unhealthy pastor to lead a growing church, but it takes a healthy pastor to lead a healthy church.
Author: Rick Warren
Title: Thrifty Visibility
Deck: These practical ideas may jumpstart your church growth.
Author: Leadership journal
Title: Climate Control: Conditions of a Growing Church
Deck: Even if we cana t change the weather, we can alter the atmosphere of the church.
Author: Donald Gerig
Title: a It's Just Not Workinga ?
Deck: Frustrated by his ineffectiveness, this pastor did somethinga |he admitted the trutha the first step toward change.
Author: Bill Hull
Title: Will the Circle Be Broken?
Deck: By expanding our circle, we will be able to grow.
Author: Lyle Schaller
Title: Growing Pains
Deck: Church growth always demands social growtha especially for the pastor.
Author: Calvin Miller
Title: Hope in a No-Growth Town
Deck: Church growth is possible in a dying town.
Author: C. L. Yarborough