Simple Church: Returning to God's Process for Making Disciples
The simple revolution has begun. From the design of the iPod to the uncluttered Google home page, simple ideas are changing the world.
Simple Churchclearly calls for Christians to return to the simple gospel-sharing methods of Jesus. No bells or whistles required, so to speak.
Based on case studies of four hundred American churches, authors Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger prove that the process for making disciples has quite often become too complex. Simple churches are thriving, and they are doing so by taking these four ideas to heart: Clarity. Movement. Alignment. Focus.
Each idea is examined here, simply showing why it is time to simplify.
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Review: Simple Church: Returning to God's Process for Making DisciplesUser Review - Cathy Wilcox - Goodreads
I read this book for a Lay Servant course I am taking for the Methodist Church. It was well-written, easy to read and had many suggestions that could be applied to a very small rural church. I would ... Read full review
Review: Simple Church: Returning to God's Process for Making DisciplesUser Review - Jeremy Poland - Goodreads
For a book about simplicity, it probably could have been 40% shorter. Read full review
The Simple and NotSoSimple
Simple Church An Extreme Makeover
Three Simple Stories
Clarity Starting with a Ministry Blueprint
Movement Removing Congestion
Alignment Maximizing the Energy
Focus Saying No to Almost Everything
Research Design Methodology
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