Are you stuck in your comfort zone? Are you searching for something greater? While it is easy to get comfortable with going about your business throughout the week and then showing up at church for an hour on Sunday, you...
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Are you stuck in your comfort zone? Are you searching for something greater? While it is easy to get comfortable with going about your business throughout the week and then showing up at church for an hour on Sunday, you are called to much more. Greatness, growth, and significance in the kingdom of God is found on the path of service. In this practical and inspiring book, Nelson Searcy motivates readers to take the next step on their journey toward maturity in Christ. As Searcy explains, if you're not serving, you're not growing. Whether you're already committed to multiple ministries or have just started attending church, he provides the tools you need to get connected through service.
The Greatness Principle, a perfect companion to Connect, is designed specifically with the individual believer in mind. Priced right for small groups and church-wide campaigns, this little book packs a wealth of practical insight and inspired ideas that will energize church members and have them clamoring to volunteer their talents for the sake of the kingdom.
Nelson Searcy served as the director of The Purpose Driven Community at Saddleback Church before starting The Journey Church of the City in New York City in 2002. He and his 1200-member church appear routinely on lists such as The 50 Most Influential Churches and The 25 Most Innovative Leaders.
His newsletter for pastors and church leaders, Church Leader Insights, now reaches more than 40,000 subscribers and continues to grow by hundreds each month. Searcy lives in New York City and recently had published Ignite: How to Spark Immediate Growth in Your Church; The Generosity Ladder: Your Next Step to Financial Peace and Maximize: How to Develop Extravagant Givers in Your Church.
Jennifer Dykes Henson is a freelance writer based in New York City. She has served as a writer/producer and ministry consultant to organizations across the East Coast. Prior to moving to New York, Jennifer worked with Dr. Charles Stanley as the manager of marketing communications for In Touch Ministries in Atlanta, Georgia.