Thriving Churches in the Twenty-First Century
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About "Thriving Churches in the Twenty-First Century"
An innovative approach to dynamic church ministry through recognition of spiritual health and energy as the basis of ministry vitality. Using the analogy of the human body, "Thriving Churches in the Twenty-First Century" explores the ten interlocking systems that make up a healthy church body, such as spiritual energy, corporate intercession, spiritual disciplines, mentoring, and team ministry. The result is a book brimming with insights and encouragement to help understand how the church can experience lasting spiritual growth.
Meet the Authors
Gary L Mcintosh
Gary L. McIntosh (Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary; D.Min., Fuller Theological Seminary) is professor of Christian ministry and leadership at Talbot School of Theology, he leads 20-25 national seminars a year, serves as a church consultant, was president of the American Society of Church Growth in 1995-1996, and has written numerous books, including Finding Them; The Issachar Factor: Three Generations: One Size Doesn't Fit All; Overcoming the Dark Side,; Staffing Your Church for Growth and most recently Taking your Church to the Next Level
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R. Daniel Reeves (D.Miss., Fuller Theolgical Seminary)is president of Reeves Strategic Consultation Services and is a veteran missiologist. In addition to his doctoral degree from Fuller Seminary's School of World Mission in Pasadena, California, Dr. Reeves has nearly three decades of practical experience as a mission and denominational executive, pastor, and professor. He worked for ten years at the Fuller Institute and is the author of Always Advancing.