Published March 2004
by Beacon Hill Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||158|
Leading missiologist Ed Stetzer sheds new light on a crucial issue in Comeback Churches. Coauthored with pastor Mike Dodson, their exceptionally researched book reports on more than formerly declining congregations across ten different denominations, ringing the bell about what it takes today to revitalize a weakened body of believers/5(97). In addition to the collegiate gatherings of Passion Conferences, Louie and his wife, Shelley, lead the teams at Passion City Church, sixstepsrecords, and the Passion Global Institute. Louie is the author of The Comeback, The Air I Breathe, I Am Not But I Know I Am, and Goliath Must Fall/5(5). This book strikes the balance with perfection.” —Elmer Towns, Dean of Liberty University “This is the most helpful, practical book on church revitalization I’ve read this century.” —Leonard Sweet, Drew Theological School, George Fox University “Comeback Churches is more than a pep g: Hardcover. In addition to the collegiate gatherings of Passion Conferences, Louie and his wife, Shelley, lead the teams at Passion City Church, sixstepsrecords, and the Passion Global Institute. Louie is the author of The Comeback, The Air I Breathe, I Am Not But I Know I Am, Goliath Must Fall, and : Thomas Nelson.
What they have discovered is an exciting method of congregation reinvigoration that is shared in the new book entitled Comeback Churches. Comeback Churches is the number-one book on turning around declining and plateauing church ministry. Comeback Churches: How Churches Turned Around and Yours Can, Too/5. Leadership is rated as the factor having the highest impact by comeback leaders. Leadership is about influence. Churches that are in a pattern of plateau or decline need strong leaders who will point the way to revitalization. Comeback leaders illustrated the truth that church renewal, in many ways, does occur based on strong, effective leadership. Written by a church consultant and a hospitality expert, The Come Back Effect shows you the secret to helping a first-time guest return again and again. Through this engaging, story-driven approach, you'll discover how to develop and implement changes that lead to repeat visits and, eventually, to sustained growth in your church or ministry/5(57). Review: Comeback Churches. Comeback Churches: How Churches Turned Around and Yours Can Too by Ed Stetzer and Mike Dodson. Churches don’t always grow. Sometimes the decline; often they plateau, reaching a certain level and stagnating. This book interviewed “comeback churches” that either stagnated or declined for at least five years, and then experienced .
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Leading the Comeback Church: Help Your Church Rebound from Decline at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. Comeback Churches is a result of their findings when they interviewed pastors and leaders of comeback churches. Here are some of the quotes that I hope will whet your appetite and peak your curiosity enough to get the book. Helping churches “come back” after being at a place of plateau or decline is the reason we are writing this book. Comeback Churches lays a good foundation for recognizing the problem and will help leaders in the Church start moving in the right direction. It’s not conclusive. It’s not conclusive. Other books on casting and maintaining vision may need to be sought out, as well as books on how to lead. Leading the comeback church: help your church rebound from decline. [David F Nixon] -- In this excellent book, Dr. David F. Nixon has captured the heart and story of most local churches. With a real sense of eloquence and yet no holds barred, he has expressed what most pastors deal.