How to Start a New Service: Your Church Can Reach New People - eBook  -     By: Charles Arn
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How to Start a New Service: Your Church Can Reach New People - eBook

Baker Books / 1997 / ePub

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"People today want choices; in their cars, their cereals, their detergents, their television programs." So how do you entice non-churchgoers to visit your church? Offer them a choice of worship services! In this practical guide, you'll learn the benefits of offering an "alternative" service, and how to get one started in your own congregation.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Baker Books
Publication Date: 1997
ISBN: 9781585582181
ISBN-13: 9781585582181
Availability: In Stock

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Why, when, and how to start a new church service, encourage attendance, evaluate the service, and more. Foreword by Leith Anderson.

Author Bio

Charles Arn is president of Church Growth, Inc., and editor of The Growth Report. In addition to having written numerous other books, including Catch the Age Wave, he has taught at several seminaries and conducted seminars for churches and pastors across the nation. He is a graduate of Seattle Pacific University and holds a doctorate from the University of Southern California.

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