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What would Jesus say about your Church ? Paperback – November 20, 2012
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Here is a challenging, doctrinally sound book based on an examination of the New Testament churches of Asia. (The Baptist Bulletin)
"If the church is to regain her former glory, it must be through radical transformation by taking the church back to the basics as outlined in Scripture. Mayhue's blend of scholarship with user friendliness makes this book valuable for everyone." (Moody Magazine)
My thanks and yours should be to Richard Mayhue for taking us back to hear the audible voice of the Savior (John MacArthur ~ President, The Master's University and Seminary and Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, California)
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Dr. Richard Mayhue is Dean of the The Master's Seminary in Sun Valley, California, Senior Vice-President and Provost of The Master's College, writer, and international speaker.
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Dr. Mayhue is thorough and excellent in his exegesis of Revelations 1 - 3. With so many models and markets out there for a pastor to get bogged down in, this little book takes you to the standard on church health, the BIBLE!
As the pastor of a small church, I wanted to read something that wasn't all, "how to double your church by next Sunday!" This isn't a bunch of ideas and "how-to's." It is simple biblical knowledge, which is what we all really need.
Before you buy the Nelson Searcy stuff, which I am not knocking, it has its place, start with this little book and get a solid biblical foundation for church growth.