How To Reach Secular People   -     By: George G. Hunter III
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How To Reach Secular People

Abingdon Press / 1992 / Paperback

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This book is powerful, thought-provoking, challenging, and exciting reading for every Christian who cares about the spiritual health of secular neighbors and friends. This manual is great for preparing practitioners of evangelism in the Western World.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 1992
Dimensions: 8 1/2 X 5 1/2 X 1/2 (inches)
ISBN: 0687179300
ISBN-13: 9780687179305
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Offering proven strategies for communicating the gospel to people who are atheistic, agnostic, or "ignostic," the author presents a model of a congregation that can successfully convert and assimilate secular or unchurched people.

Author Bio

George G. Hunter III is Distinguished Professor and Emeritus of Asbury Theological Seminarys School of World Mission and Evangelism, where he served as Dean for 18 years and Distinguished Professor for 10 years. He served as the founding dean of Asbury's E. Stanley Jones School of World Mission and Evangelism. A sought-after speaker and workshop leader, he is one of the country's foremost experts on evangelism and church growth. He has written over a dozen books, including How To Reach Secular People, Church for the Unchurched, The Celtic Way of Evangelism, Leading and Managing a Growing Church, Radical Outreach: Recovering Apostolic Ministry and Evangelism, Christian, Evangelical and . . . Democrat?, The Apostolic Congregation: Church Growth Reconceived for a New Generation, and The Recovery of a Contagious Methodist Movementall published by Abingdon Press.

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    January 19, 2009
    Edward Jordan
    Pocatello, ID
    This book is a vital read for any Christian, Pastor, or church leader, who wants to understand why our old mindset in ministry is not effective today. This books helps the reader understand what has happened, how it happened, and some basic changes in thinking and approach that are needed to bring the Good News to those who honestly, and wrongly, think that Christianity is bad news.
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    June 26, 2001
    Jason Cruise
    I found Hunters book to be more of a compilation of ideas from various church growth gurus rather than anything inherently original from him as the author. I would have liked to see more of what he as the author feels important in the task of reaching secular people. Even still, it was good material. He is well read on the issues surrounding the churchs mission of reaching our secular community. He taps into strategies used by high profile pastors such as Bill Hybels, Rick Warren, Brian Larson, and Kenneth Chafin. In doing so he helps the reader come to a better understanding on how secular people think and act. I especially appreciated his last chapter on Effective Apostolic Congregations. Basically he sees an Apostolic congregation as a church that is really doing what a church should do on all fronts . . . reach the community. This chapter in specific gives insights on what makes a church successful, and I personally found it to be a good refresher to remind me of some important issues that need to be consistently monitored and promoted in order to reach people for Christ.
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