Want a great, easy to read book that just may CHANGE your life and your church?
It is "people sharing with others their personal understanding that life is better, richer, truer if one has faith in Christ and lives in a faith community."
Reese equips mainline church leaders with prayerful and practical tools needed to change the church through the power of Christ's redeeming love.
The information was great, however, the information given was excessively wordy. I realize that repetition will improve ones memory of material but there are limits, when exceeded,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard C. Brannan
This is the most upbeat book that I've read on Evangelism in Mainline Churches. That may not seem like a great recommendation but I have read more than a half dozen books on the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by W. Wilkin
Refreshing to have a schoolbook you don't need to sit with a Dictionary to comprehend! M. G. Reese takes a close look at people, their thoughts, and beliefs necessary to attract... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Diane Johnson
This is a must read as it will get you and your church on track. It can be used as small groups or a church wide study.Published 7 months ago by ljj
This is a book that every mainline pastor needs to read (and it will also be helpful to pastors of non-mainline churches as well). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Laura
This book is rooted in extensive research into the reality of the slow demise of the mainline Christian movement with extensive insight into the faith life fostering the limited... Read morePublished 8 months ago by John B.
The book arrived in good condition and it completes the needed books I needed for a class I am taking. Thanks for the convenience in ordering.Published 10 months ago by Walter Clanton
Just a fresh approach and quite understandable and practical style for Evangelism today. A new and innovative appraoch for ministry todayPublished 11 months ago by James E. Fletcher
I needed to review for a forum on our condition and have not read any more of it than the 9th and 10th chapters so farPublished 11 months ago by howard mcmackin