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Nov/Dec 09: The Unchurched

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3 Perspectives on Ministry: Dan Kimball, Eric Bryant, Randy Frazee

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In This Issue

 

Inside the Mind of the Unchurched

3 Perspectives: Dan Kimball, Eric Bryant, Randy Frazee

 

Resources

What the Unchurched Are Saying to Us

 

And You Visited Me

The Invitation and Impact of Prison Ministry

 

Miles McPherson

How The Rock Got Its Foundation

The Outreach Interview

 

Ideas: Ministering to the Military

 

VBS with Limited Space and Budget

 

7 Ways to Improve Your Church Web Site

 

Best Practices for Church Planting Residency Programs

  

Ed Stetzer

“What people who don’t go to church really need is a relationship with the One who died for the Church”

 

Marlon Halll

“I want to see what God can do through my efforts to be a human being.”

 

John Burke

“What if we changed our approach to evangelism so that it mirrored the pattern Jesus often demonstrated?”

 

Sam Rainer

“It’s constructive to consider our potential negative impact—it’s worse than having no impact.”

 

Brad Powell

“I believe that our churches have lost their fist love, and that loss is keeping us from reaching people.”

 

Ed Young

“Planning a big event at your church? You may have thought about the big picture, but we’ve learned that success rests in the details.”

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