A Multi-Site Church Roadtrip: Exploring The New Normal, SoftcoverGeoff Surratt, Greg Ligon, Warren BirdZondervan / 2009 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Andrea Schultz4 Stars Out Of 5March 11, 2010Andrea SchultzChurches with multiple locations are the latest trend in the church world. This book takes a unique look at this trend by virtually and physically visiting 15 multi-site churches. Road trip!Although I am not in full-time ministry, I have a heart for it, and serve in several volunteer capacities at church (director on the Video Tech Team, Life Group leader in the Womens Ministry). My husband, Fred, and I both have a heart to help build the Kingdom of God, and we dont know where the Lord will lead. So I like to read books that deal with church movements, etc. Plus I am curious about what happens behind the scenes!Being that I am on the Video Tech team at church, I was particularly interested in Chapter 7, Fun With Technology. It's always helpful to learn how successful churches do what they do. I was interested in reading the answers to four major technology questions every multi-site church has to tackle:1. How Do We Connect Our Campuses?2. How Do We Capture Our Content?3. How Do We Distribute Our Content?4. How Do We play Our Content at the Campuses?(pp. 105-111)Technology is so incredible these days; and it is amazing to see how it is advancing Gods Kingdom!I think this book is valuable for many people: 1) those who want to join the multi-church movement, or at least want to explore the option; 2) those who are involved in church planting, so they can decide where multi-site church is the right direction for them; and 3) those who are interested in learning more about the subject just out of curiosity who knows where the lord may lead them with that knowledge?!This book was provided to me by Zondervan Publishers for review purposes.Reviewed by Andrea Schultz Ponderings by Andrea
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