User Friendly Churches: What Christians Need to Know About the Churches People Love to Go to

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Gospel Light Publications, 1991 - Church growth - 191 pages
The apostle Paul shared that he was willing to use all means to win the lost with the gospel of Christ (1 Corinthians 9:22). Today's growing churches are putting Paul's words into practice as they reach out to their communities. And as they remain centered on the Bible and committed to spiritual purity, these creative, adventurous churches are consistently attracting people. With practical and challenging information, User Friendly Churches will encourage you to consider the principles behind the success of these extraordinary churches. And as you understand the principles that make these churches effective, you'll be better able to develop your own strategies for reaching people through your unique ministry.

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Acknowledgments
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SECTION
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Building Living Stones
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About the author (1991)

George Barna is the president and founder of Barna Research Group. Barna has developed seminars for clients such as The Billy Graham Association, Campus Crusade for Christ, and The Prison Fellowship. His other clients include Prudential, Sothwestern Bell, The Walt Disney Company, and Visa USA. He has also served as a pastor of a southern California church. Barna has written many books on the church and culture including The Habits of Highly Effective Churches, User Friendly Churches, and Marketing the Church. His work has been quoted in Newsweek, Time, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal.

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