Building the Body: 12 Characteristics of a Fit Church by Gary L. McIntosh,Phil Stevenson

By Gary L. McIntosh,Phil Stevenson

simply as a bodily healthy person--at a great weight and with sturdy blood strain and ldl cholesterol numbers--might no longer really be fit sufficient to run a 5k, so church buildings can look healthy--with no seen concerns, keeping a fit size--and but now not convey health. A healthy church is one who isn't happy with simply coasting in addition to no difficulties. A healthy church is actively making disciples, maturing in religion, constructing powerful leaders, achieving out to the neighborhood, and more.

Building the Body deals pastors and church leaders twelve features of healthy church buildings and indicates them how they could flow their church via 5 degrees of health, from newbie the entire solution to elite--just as an athlete, via education and perform, can develop into the pinnacle in his or her type. contains comparability charts on the finish of every bankruptcy so readers can basically see the place their church at present falls and concluding "Complete the development Chart" a good way to see what their objectives can be for the future.

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