Who Broke My Church? Book & Discussion Guide Bundle

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Book: Something in the Church is broken. For Christianity to move beyond business as usual, Christians must learn it’s not about what you do, but who you are and who you will become. Based on a survey of 75,000 people in churches from 65 denominations and 5,000 one-on-one interviews, author and founder of Church Doctor Ministries Kent Hunter gives practical direction for Christians to experience the impact every church could make on society. Utilizing seven key strategies for helping churches be more effective, you will finish WHO BROKE MY CHURCH? and feel refreshed, energized, and ready to be the change.
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The Group Gathering Discussion Guide is a 14-week group study to be used with the book Who Broke My Church? 7 Proven Strategies for Renewal and Revival. Based on a survey of 75,000 people in churches from 65 denominations and 5,000 one-on-one interviews, Who Broke My Church? clearly shows what is actually working in churches that are efficient, effective, and thriving — and why. The secret to breakthrough is not another program. It is reclaiming spiritual DNA. The “church” becomes people “being” the church — everywhere, all the time. The result is revival, a movement of God. Through seven proven strategies, this practical book restores Christian values, beliefs, attitudes, priorities, and worldviews frequently subject to drift. There are numerous stories from church life to which Christians will easily relate. Also included is a personal survey to measure your level of “Holy Discontent” and “Spiritual Restlessness.” Here is hope, encouragement, and practical direction for aging, declining, or lukewarm churches.
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