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I highly recommend this book for any pastor, church leader and board member.
The primary strength of this book is that it asks the right questions - it leads the reader to ask the right questions about his or her church.
White writes one of the best works available on why a church must be flexible to be effective and how that flexibility is created.
Excellent handbook for redoing church in the post-Christian world, to bring Christ back into it. Thinking about purchasing ten copies for leaders in my church. . .Published 3 months ago by Craig
Excellent read & relevant to the church today. A must read for pastors & churches that are serious about fulfilling the Great Commission in today's culture.Published 4 months ago by Jason
I highly recommend this book for any pastor, church leader and board member. It will make you think and it will challenge you to look at your own view and belief system about the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tethered Soul
White wrote this book in 1997. I first read it then. He updated it in 2003 (the Kindle version) which still makes the book over a decade old. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Thomas A. Schenk
Although written over a decade ago the volume carries a message that rings true for today's church as well. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jim Neal
I like this book, White really opens your eyes to the state of the church and what church leaders to should do.Published 6 months ago by Abdue Knox
If you are stuck in the ruts of tradition and quagmire of inwardness, this book will bring a perspective that is the pathway to growth. Read morePublished 6 months ago by RPickrell
The book addresses the key areas of ministry from a non traditional perspective. It also shows great examples of new ideas!Published 7 months ago by Jarvis L. Brown
If you are in a place in life where you can no longer do church as usual, this book is for you. James Emery White has his finger on the pulse of what is happening in the church... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ronnie Collins