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Carving the Table

By Greg Blake

The memoirs of the Chief Encouragement Officer Greg Blake. Perhaps you have seen him in action, now read whats behind the CEO of Pepworks International.

When we first got married  my parents bought us a old dining Read the rest

High Expectations

By Thom Rainer

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 Read the rest

Get Their Name: Grow Your Church by Building New Relationships

By Doug Anderson, Bob Farr, and Kay Kotan

Change your church culture. Create an outwardly focused environment where hospitality and invitation happen Sunday and every day of the week. This book offers five steps to help congregations go public with Read the rest

Ten Prescriptions for a Healthy Church

By Bob Farr and Kay Kotan

Ten Prescriptions for a Healthy Church
offers prescriptions for the top ten issues seen during church
consultations. Bob Farr and Kay Kotan share their expertise from working
with churches across the country, detailing the Read the rest

Bearing Fruit: Ministry with Real Results

By Lovett H. Weems, Jr.

Thousands of congregations are in serious trouble. Children are not being taught the faith. Disciples are not being made. Lives are not being transformed. The poor are not being blessed. Communities are not being redeemed. Read the rest

Lasting Impact: 7 Powerful Conversations That Will Help Your Church Grow

By Carey Nieuwhof

You’ve probably noticed …

Churches aren’t growing.
Young adults are walking away.
Volunteers are hard to recruit.
Leaders are burning out.

And the culture is changing faster than ever before.

There’s no doubt the church is in Read the rest

The Temperament Model of Behavior: Understanding Your Natural Tendencies

By John T. Cocoris

The reason people do what they do has been studied for thousands of years. It has been well noted that everyone responds differently to the many environmental variable that contribute to a person’s behavior. Nothing, however, … Read the rest

Contagious Disciple Making: Leading Others on a Journey of Discovery

By David Watson and Paul Watson

“It is hard to deny that todayÆs world can seem apathetic toward Christians. Some may look down at their iPhones when we mention God, motion for the check when we bring up church, or Read the rest

Mission Creep: The Five Subtle Shifts That Sabotage Evangelism & Discipleship

By Larry Osborne

“Evangelism and discipleship aren’t rocket science. When Jesus sent out a ragtag team from Galilee with the expectation that they would evangelize and disciple the world, they pulled it off as a natural and spontaneous outworking of Read the rest