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Simply Strategic Growth: Attracting a Crowd to Your Church Paperback – 2005

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 228 pages
  • Publisher: Group Publishing (CO) (2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0764428659
  • ISBN-13: 978-0764428654
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 0.6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #939,506 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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If you want to reach people with the love of Jesus, you want your church to grow. If you want people to know they matter to God, you want your church to grow.

Regardless of your church's current attendance or membership, this book is full of practical strategies and do-able steps to help you draw people who are looking for God (whether or not they know it) to your church. These 99 short, snappy chapters will challenge you - beyond theory - to explore the heart of your church and catalyze a movement toward Christ in your community.

Your church can attract a crowd; your crowd can meet Jesus. Buy a copy of this book for every staff member and key volunteer leader in your church!
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Every church leader should have the "Simply Strategic" trilogy. Simply Strategic Stuff for Leaders, Volunteers and Growth are all packed full of great insights, training ideas and practical advice that any sized church can implement immediately. The topics are covered in short, fun and easy to read chunks that not only inspire the reader to move to a new level of ministry but spark the "sanctified imagination" towards new possibilities for effective ministry. Get all three! If you are a pastor get your staff all three and work through them together. They are simply to good to pass up!
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Purpose:

The authors seek to show us “how to attune an unchanging message to a changing culture-in a way that attracts a crowd and helps you sustain growth year after year”.

Content:

The authors seek to show us how to become a student of our culture, give people a reason to attend, plan for growth” and much more. There are 99 different chapters with “in the trenches” suggestions for leading and managing your existing ministry.

Analysis:

This book is full of helpful suggestions for improving your ministry. It is designed the attractional church model as opposed to the missional church model.

Application:

Who will benefit?

Most every leader and worker can glean some help from this book.

How does it benefit?

It provides an in-depth step by step process for strategic planning.

Where does it fit in the ministry design process?

It can serve as a tune up kit for your existing ministry design long with providing some thought provoking discussion among your leadership teams.
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I totally enjoyed this book. It's fun to read, easy to read, and packed with ideas that make one think of things to do in thier own community.
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John Maxwell produced a study guide entitled: 5 things they didn't teach me in Seminary, namely practical people and church management issues. I love Tim's book because it goes a three steps further with dozens of one page practical insights, keys, techniques for growing your church. We often talk to other pastors to hear what they are doing, attend seminars, but this book lays it all out. I never learnt any of this stuff in Bible school (because the lecturers were often not pastors of growing churches) but I have learnt some of it through trial and error. It has been painful at times. Why re-invent the wheel, learn from others mistakes. Brilliant
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