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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2007|
Availability: In Stock
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If you're in a small church or a small community, download these nine articles from Leadership journal to give you new confidence. You'll learn how to motivate your congregation, recognize and respond to problems that may be holding your church back, and you'll receive other tips for moving your vision forward.
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Title: Growing in a No-Growth Town
Deck: Realistic help for churches facing seemingly impossible odds.
Author: Charles Yarborough
Title: Overcoming Our Inferiority Complex
Deck: How one congregation found new confidence.
Author: Peter Youmans
Title: Myths About Church Growth
Deck: Busting common misconceptions about expansion and change.
Author: Lyle E. Schaller
Title: Helping a Settled Congregation Move Ahead
Deck: Seven steps to the future.
Author: John Beukema
Title: The Team Approach to Church Vision
Deck: Finding your churcha s calling with the people you already have.
Author: Paul R. Ford
Title: Questions to Build a Healthy Church
Deck: These diagnostic tools will boost your churcha s vitality.
Author: Roger Jenks
Title: Winning Through Resistance
Deck: When your vision meets obstruction, which way do you go?
Author: Wayne Schmidt
Title: Growing the Old-Fashioned Way
Deck: Ignoring youth-fixated culture, this church found its future in seniors.
Author: Kevin Powell
Title: How the Family Church Grows
Deck: Honest talk about leading change in the smaller congregation.
Author: A Leadership Forum