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In this refreshingly practical book, Andy Stanley and Ed Young--two of Americas most innovative and effective church leaders--deliver twenty-four creative ministry tools that you can adapt and use to help your own church be all God intends it to be.
What you learn in the pages of this book will enable you to change the lives of those you serve forever.
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Howard Books
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
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In this refreshingly practically book, Andy Stanley and Ed Youngtwo of America's most innovative and effective church leadersdeliver twenty-four creative ministry tools that you can adapt and use to help your own church be all God intends it to be.
The inspirational stories on North Point Community Church in Atlanta and the Fellowship Church in Dallas are stories of small church plants that have grown into churches with weekend attendance of nine and fifteen thousand. But the true success of these dynamic churches is not revealed in their big numbers but in the lives that have been forever changed by the life-giving message of Jesus.
What you learn in the pages of this book will enable you to change the lives of those you serve -- forever.
Emmanouil Tavlakis4 Stars Out Of 5March 23, 2010Emmanouil TavlakisThe format of the book is "coffee chat" type which helps in order to get quickly to the point. Some really good ideas and some outdated ones but still good to have
Rick M5 Stars Out Of 5September 29, 2008Rick MA fantastic book that helped our church tremendously. If you cherish sacred cows so much that you haven't tried anything new in awhile, this book is for you. This is the book that introduced me to Andy Stanley and Ed Young and it's a great introduction to the churches they pastor and the effective ministries that can come from this approach. Ed Young's comments on creativity were inspiring!