of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Armando5 Stars Out Of 5The Best Book So Far On Doing Our Part In MinistryJuly 25, 2013ArmandoIf someone told me they were going to start a church or just got hired to pastor a church, this would be the FIRST book I would recommend. This book is not about strategies that take precedence over the work of God; rather, it is about doing our part as we partner with God. This book is a must.
joepileitMuskogee, OKAge: Over 65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5August 24, 2011joepileitMuskogee, OKAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Particularly liked the chapter on vision. Puts failing forward in proper perspective.
Linda FlaughWinchester, INAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5March 9, 2010Linda FlaughWinchester, INAge: Over 65Gender: femaleVery well done. Kept my interest until the end. Found the thoughts and ideas very helpful.
Christopher Johnson5 Stars Out Of 5June 4, 2009Christopher JohnsonLast night I finished reading it by Craig Groeshel. I would not be telling the truth if I did not communicate that this book literally made me cry. I have lost sleep over what Pastor Groeshel illustrates and brings up. Well. . . thats not exactly accurate. Repentance and prayer could hardly be called a loss of sleep.This book is more than a very creative way for the author to say it more times than normal circumstances allow. This is a wonderful and masterful look at Spirit filled, Christ focused ministry that honors God. (I know that seems a little redundant but oh well.)I am sorry to say that I only have two thumbs to put way up in the air. But after you read it there will be two more.I would strongly recommend you read this 200 page volume if you are serious about ministry that pleases God. If you are not serious about Christ centered ministry, then I beg you to read it.
Liz Rios4 Stars Out Of 5November 12, 2008Liz RiosI think evaluation is good for churches. Unfortunately, many churches don't evaluate their ministry because they view it as something that is "nonspiritual". I didn't think this author was making it a numbers issue at all but like many other books I've read IT has to do with church health and anything that is healthy grows. Thus a church that has IT will grow but that is not the end all be all message in this book. I think its a great and easy read for leaders who are not afraid to look at their ministries and say something is wrong or something is right with what we have going here!