44 Questions for Church Planters
Answers the question "Why start new churches?" and shows how to reverse the decline of new church development. Schaller offers tested advice based on more than thirty years of working with leaders responsible for developing new churches.
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Chapter Two Three Crucial Variables
Chapter Three Adoptions and Divisions
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