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Number of Pages: 159
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 8.3 X 5.4 X 0.6 (inches)|
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We need less conventional wisdom and more creative leadership.
Not all of the advice youve heard on church growth works. Judging by results, most doesnt. Its time we re-evaluate the standard thinking on how to grow a church, especially considering new voices questioning the worth of church growth.
Jim Cowart is shepherding an amazing story. 1800 professions of Christ in ten years have propelled Harvest Church from a church plant of four Jims family to a thriving community of Jesus disciples. Harvest is changing their world and having a party while they do it. Learn why conventional church thinking such as pastoral care, long-term planning, stewardship campaigns, committees and even staff inhibit church growth. Learn how to do less, and lead more people to Christ.
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Start This, Stop That is a much-needed how to book that has the potential to help you take your church to the next level. Jim and Jen Cowart are not mere theorists, but practitioners who have lived out these principles to build a dynamic church that is making a huge impact!
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Jim Cowart is the founding pastor of Harvest Church, a United Methodist congregation near Macon, GA. Harvest launched in 2001, and has an average attendance of 3,000 each weekend. The church grows primarily through professions of faith from new Christians. The innovative "community group" strategy is producing more than 350 small groups meeting in homes and workplaces.
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Jennifer Cowart is the executive pastor at Harvest Church, a United Methodist congregation in Warner Robins, GA. She co-preaches and directs Discipleship and Emerging Ministries at Harvest UMC. She earned degrees in Christian Education and Counseling. In 2001, she helped start Harvest Church with husband Jim Cowart, which now serves 3,000 people in seven weekend worship services. Their innovative "community group" strategy is producing more than 350 small groups meeting in homes and workplaces.
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