Who Broke My Church?

2017-08Aug-5x7-MailingPostcard-final-frontA new book authored by Dr. Kent R. Hunter, founder and Tracee J. Swank, leader, of Church Doctor Ministries.

For many in North America and beyond this is the age of pessimism. Ask any believer, “What do you think it will be like for your grandchildren?” You will likely hear abject hopelessness. The hope for Christians is Jesus Christ. They rise above life’s challenges, recession college debt government gridlock Wall Street corruption and all that fills the daily news feeds. When things are at their worst God is at their best.

Our research identifies seven areas of drift from the kingdom culture taught by Jesus. Seven breakthough strategies increase church health, increased church health leads to effective outreach. Strong churches redeem the culture.

Brief Overview:

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 become.

In this well-documented book, the authors give practical direction for Christians to experience the breakthrough impact every church could make on society. “Too many Christians are fixated on programs that accomplish good things, but not uniquely God things. Most churches are efficient but ineffective.” This book challenges Christians to move beyond business as usual before their congregations become yet another casualty of spiritual decline. The monitoring of dominant indicators for church vitality provides hope and direction for those who believe God wants their church to thrive. Kingdom culture changes everything.

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