Church Inside Out
Getting church insiders out to bring outsiders in
The majority of America's churches face stagnant or declining membership numbers and are uncertain as to how to reverse that trend. Church Inside Out offers an approach to community evangelism that doesn't call for a compromise in terms of doctrine nor major investments in terms of staff or facilities. It is a how-to guide for the congregation that wants to increase its impact on the community around it.
This book can also be taught as a part of the church's small group ministry. A companion Church Inside Out Workbook is available for each group member.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 — Church Inside Out
CHAPTER 2 — The Inward-Focused Church
CHAPTER 3 — Members Only
CHAPTER 4 — Accentuating the Negative
CHAPTER 5 — Diplomatic Mission
CHAPTER 6 — Who Is My Neighbor?
CHAPTER 7 — Eating with Sinners
CHAPTER 8 — A Life Like Lightning
CHAPTER 9 — Preparing for Harvest
CHAPTER 10 — A Son of Shalom
CHAPTER 11 — Good News Is for Sharing
CHAPTER 12 — Citizens of the Kingdom
CHAPTER 13 — Being the Church, Inside and Out
About the Author
Tim Archer coordinates teh Spanish-speaking ministries for Hope for Life, a Herald of Truth ministry. In addition, he preaches for the bilingual service at the University Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas, where he attends with his wife Carolina, and their two children, Daniel and Andrea. Holding master's degrees in Bible and Interpersonal communication from Abilene Christian University, Tim has served as a missionary in Argentina and a local minister in South Texas. He has spoken at evangelistic compaigns in a dozen foreign countries, as well as the United States. He has co-authored three books with Steve Ridgell: Letters from the Lamb, Hope for Life, and More Hope for Life. His latest book, A History of Churches of Christ in Cuba, was co-written with Cuban preacher Tony Fernández.
by Timothy Archer
Publisher: 21st Century Christian
Size: 6 x 9