The Lord's Harvest and the Rural Church: A New Look at Ministry in the Agri-Culture

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Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City, 1993 - Religion - 144 pages
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Leading church growth expert provides insights into the unique worldview of rural settings in order to help pastors serve these congregations more effectively. Paper.

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User Review  - Rev. Robert Holaday - Christianbook.com

This book is one of the essentials for understanding the small traditionally agricultural rural church. No other recent work covers the ground for this much neglected area as well as this book by Hunter. It deserves to be widely read by pastors and lay leaders in our farm congregations. Read full review

Review: The Lord's Harvest And The Rural Church

User Review  - Rev. Robert Holaday - Christianbook.com

This book is one of the essentials for understanding the small traditionally agricultural rural church. No other recent work covers the ground for this much neglected area as well as this book by Hunter. It deserves to be widely read by pastors and lay leaders in our farm congregations. Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Kent R. Hunter is president of the Church Growth Center, Corunna, Ind., editor of Global Church Growth magazine. author of several books, consultant to many churches of various denominations, and owner/operator of a certified tree farm.

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