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📒I Am A Church Member ✍ Thom S. Rainer
📝I Am a Church Member Book Synopsis : Best-selling author Thom S. Rainer (Simple Church) shows how being an effective church member has more to do with maintaining a healthy biblical attitude than it does worrying over functional issues.
📒Why I Am A Church Member ✍ James Isaac Good
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📒Connected ✍ Thom S. Rainer
📝Connected Book Synopsis : See that God has placed us in our local churches to serve others, care for them, pray together, learn together, and grow together all for the glory of God.
📒High Expectations ✍ Thom S. Rainer
📝High Expectations Book Synopsis : For over a quarter of a century the problem of losing church members has progressively increased. Today the situation is so bad that less than one-third of the members in some churches attend worship services. Church leaders are crying for help.In an effort to help church leaders, the Billy Graham School of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary conducted a massive research project involving nearly 287 churches. The most revealing aspect of the study was that the higher expectations placed on members, the greater the likelihood that the members would stay and be involved with the church. Using the data gathered from this project, Thom Rainer presents the first-ever comprehensive study about 'closing the back door.' Rainer looks at why people are leaving the church and how church leaders can keep the members.
📒Breakout Churches ✍ Thom S. Rainer
📝Breakout Churches Book Synopsis : In Thom Rainer's latest book, Breakout Churches, he shows you how churches that were once healthy but had stagnated in growth have broken out to become great churches impacting lives and entire communities. Breakout Churches tells the story of these churches and their pastors. And, using a statistical approach, it identifies key patterns and characteristics common to churches that experienced turnarounds.
📒I Will ✍ Thom S. Rainer
📝I Will Book Synopsis : Now is the time to stand up and say, “I Will!”
📒Simple Life Action Plan Member Book ✍ Thom S. Rainer
📝Simple Life Action Plan Member Book Book Synopsis : Simple Life Action Plan, by Thom & Art Rainer, is designed to help individuals create a mission statement based on the principles of clarity, movement, alignment, and focus. Four areas of life are considered: time, relationships, money, and God. Simple Life follows the paradigm created by Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger in their best-selling book "Simple Church." (5 sessions) Features Include: A 30-day action plan to move the reader toward a simple life.Leader helps include a small group experience as a part of the Member Book.Help for a church doing this study as a congregation-wide initiative included. Benefits Include: Tangible help for busy individuals who long for a way to simplify their lives.DVDs provide a personal touch from the authors.Ideal for small groups. Author Info: Thom Rainer is the president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources and a best-selling author. Art Rainer is a banking professional and freelance writer.
📒Closing The Back Door ✍ Thom Rainer
📝Closing the Back Door Book Synopsis : This audio resource looks at proven ways churches are keeping members and attendees active and happy (without compromise) preventing them from slipping out the back door. Most every church loses people by transfer or inactivity. In this audio seminar, you will hear very practical descriptions of how other churches are successfully reaching their communities and keeping their members active. You will learn how to do the same. Includes: Dr. Thom Rainer's compelling seminar on CDs (approx. 4 hours) and 18-page seminar workbook. (382C replaces 382 which contained audiocassettes)"
📒Paralysis In The Pew ✍ Dr. Jeffrey T. Rainey
📝Paralysis in the Pew Book Synopsis : The author admits that the church has the highest unemployment rates. The church has been gifted by the Lord with many vital ministries that are available for the growth of the body of Christ. Sadly, the greater percentage of members are neither enrolled nor engaged in the work of the ministry. As a result, very few members keep the local church functioning, while the majority of the members (because of what the author calls, functional paralysis) have neither feeling nor desire to function. Too many congregants are a part of the membership but apart from the ministry. Too many are unaware or uncaring concerning the needs of the body and of the bodys genuine need for them in order to effectively function. What the author describes as paralysis in the pew is a grave yet growing spiritual condition within the local churches. As a physical impediment, paralysis has been drastically improved, even cured, with the aid of physical therapy, prescribed treatments, and personal trust and initiative. It is the authors contention that parallel treatmentswhen viewed spiritually and applied in the spiritual and physical realmcan drastically improve, even cure, paralysis in the pew.
📒Taking The Word To Heart ✍ Robert Campbell Roberts
📝Taking the Word to Heart Book Synopsis : A proposal for a Christian psychology that draws on a Biblical critique of several popular psychologies. Psychology has invaded the Christian Church. While the imprint of modern psychology on Christians is not all bad, it can sometimes contradict and even displace true Christianity. Roberts offers a critical examination of several influential psychologies and compares their virtues with Christian virtues.