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Start This Stop That - Do the Things That Grow Your Church - cover

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Start This Stop That - Do the Things That Grow Your Church

Jim Cowart, Jennifer Cowart

Publisher: Abingdon Press

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Summary

We need less conventional wisdom and more creative leadership.

Not all of the advice you’ve heard on church growth works. Judging by results, most doesn’t. It’s time we re-evaluate the standard thinking on how to grow a church, especially considering new voices questioning the worth of church growth.
 
Jim Cowart is shepherding an amazing story. 1800 professions of Christ in ten years have propelled Harvest Church from a church plant of four – Jim’s family – to a thriving community of Jesus disciples. Harvest is changing their world and having a party while they do it. 

Learn why conventional church thinking such as pastoral care, long-term planning, stewardship campaigns, committees and even staff inhibit church growth. Learn how to do less, and lead more people to Christ.

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