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Renovate or Die: 10 Ways to Focus Your Church on Mission

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Be the Church Jesus calls us to be.

Bob Farr asserts that to change the world, we must first change the Church. As Adam Hamilton says in the Foreword, Read [this book] carefully with other leaders in your church You ll soon discover both a desire to renovate your church and the tools to effectively lead your church forward. If we want to join Robert Schnase and claim radic
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Published August 1st 2011 by Abingdon Press
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Dawne Phillips
Oct 21, 2013 Dawne Phillips rated it really liked it
This is a very good read on the vision of being a missional church with some concrete strategies and practices for churches desiring to renovate their church and move forward. It would be a great study for a local church mission leadership team, a visioning team for church in transition, or a pastor desiring to lead a congregation in understanding the mindshifts necessary in reframing how to be church.
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