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Product NameThe Nuts And Bolts Of Church Planting: A Guide For Starting Any Kind Of Church
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Long DescriptionMost books on church planting offer a model for churches to replicateusually one that is tied to a particular style, generation, or demographic. But what churches really need is a process that is flexible, not bound to a particular time or current fad. In The Nuts and Bolts of Church Planting, trusted author and churchplanting expert Aubrey Malphurs shares the basic steps any church planter will need, regardless of his or her generation now or in the future. These steps includeestablishing values, mission, vision, and strategy reaching the communitymaking disciplesrecruiting a team determining location and facilitiesraising money for the ministry With instant practical take away based on proven techniques, this book will be invaluable to any church planter.
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