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Sticky Church by Larry Osborne
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Apr 19, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: church-governance

I read Sticky Teams just after reading this, so the two books are blurring together for me. As I recall, these comments are relevant to this book.

I have heard proponents of small groups in churches before, but this book helped me understand how critically important they are. More importantly, this book was the first that showed me how churches must focus on what they are about and be willing to shed things, even good things, that do not fall in line with their focus.

Making the groups "sermon-based" raised an eyebrow for me, but Osborne makes a clear case for them. It's still not my favorite format, but I can see that a great many people in our church like them, and it's been good. I can accept that I'm an oddball.

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