THE RABBIT AND THE ELEPHANT: WHY SMALL IS THE NEW BIG FOR TODAY’S CHURCH
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Title: The Rabbit and the Elephant: Why Small Is …
Publication Date: 2009
Book Condition: Good
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- Documents how “church” across the world is changing from being event-based to life and relationship-based.
- Shows how small and simple churches can multiply rapidly.
- Shows how to incorporate spiritual growth and outreach into every aspect of our lives.
- Includes relevant research on churchgoing habits and impact gathered by the Barna Group.
From the Inside Flap: If you put two elephants in a room together and close the door, in three years you may have one baby elephant. But when you put two rabbits together for the same amount of time. . . .
Using this simple analogy, church planters Tony and Felicity Dale and acclaimed researcher George Barna bring a big message to God’s church. How could we change the world if our Christian faith began multiplying at a rapid pacethrough a way of life that is explosive and transformational? It happened once before, in the early days of the church; what will it take to bring us to that point of urgency and determination again?
The Rabbit and the Elephant offerskeys to twenty-first-century evangelism: leveraging the power of the smalland taking the gospel to where the pain is and where the people are. And as God uses us to channel Jesus’ love into a hurting, desperate world, we’ll see his church grow beyond anything we could have imagined.
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