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Thriving Churches in the Twenty-First Century

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Thriving Churches in the Twenty-First Century

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Using the analogy of the human body, Thriving Churches in the Twenty-First Century explores the ten interacting systems that make up a healthy church body such as spiritual energy, corporate intercession, spiritual disciplines, mentoring, and team ministry.

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Using the analogy of the human body, Thriving Churches in the Twenty-First Centuryexplores the ten interacting systems that make up a healthy church body such as spiritual energy, corporate intercession, spiritual disciplines, mentoring, and team ministry.

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An innovative approach to dynamic church ministry through recognition of spiritual health and energy as the basis of ministry vitality. Using the analogy of the human body, Thriving Churches in the Twenty-First Century explores the ten interlocking systems that make up a healthy church body, such as spiritual energy, corporate intercession, spiritual disciplines, mentoring, and team ministry. The result is a book brimming with insights and encouragement to help understand how the church can experience lasting spiritual growth. (PastorBookshelf.com)


Endorsements

The uniqueness of this contribution is that the authors are both veteran consultants who combine keen observation and discerning analysis. They apply systems theory thinking to the life of the local church in a comprehensive manner. I warmly commend their work as providing in-depth analysis together with a wealth of practical guidance.

Eddie Gibbs
Donald A. McGavran Professor of Church Growth
Fuller Theolgoical Seminary

Gary McIntosh and Dan Reeves must be two of the ten people in our land who know the most about churches and the proven ways for churches to navigate their future. In this readable and practical volume, the two authors reflect on the future that appears to be emerging, and they explain ten of the ‘hinges’ that will swing tens of thousands of churches into the kind of future that God wants for them.

George G. Hunter
Distinguished Professor of Evangelization
Asbury Theological Seminary