Center City Churches: The New Urban Frontier
Lyle E. Schaller
Abingdon Press, 1993 - Religion - 187 pages
Part of Abingdon's Ministry for the Third Millennium, a new series for church leaders. If 26 of America's 40 largest churches are in the center city, then urban ministry is alive and well in North America. This book investigates high-performance churches that have a missionary motivation and offers 30 recurring themes to guide church leaders in establishing and revitalizing the new frontier.
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