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The Small Membership Church book. The Small Membership Church: Scenarios for Tomorrow. Start by marking The Small Membership Church: Scenarios for Tomorrow as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. by. Lyle E. Schaller. For nearly four centuries, the small congregation has been the dominant institutional expression of Protestant Christianity.
Lyle E Schaller - Small Congregation, Big Potential: Ministry in the Small Membership Church. Schaller - The Interventionist: A Conceptual Framework and Questions for Parish Consultants, Intentional Interim Ministers, Church Champions, Pastors Considering a New Call, denomina.
Series: Ministry for the Third Millennium. Paperback: 140 pages. Publisher: Abingdon Press (October 1, 1996). ISBN-13: 978-0687057405. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers.
The church's mission, argues Reggie McNeal, engages every aspect of life. A new team of leaders, drawn from the membership of each congregation, must arise to meet the challenges that ministry in the third millennium will present. The front lines of the collision between the kingdom of light and the kingdom of darkness are homes, schools, offices, health clubs, civic organizations, and neighborhoods - wherever God's people find themselves. Yet where and how will these leaders be trained?For the answer to this question, McNeal looks to the first generation of leaders - the disciples gathered around Jesus in a unique learning community.
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Lyle E. Schaller has written literally millions of words of insight and advice for church leaders. This volume both introduces Schaller to a new generation of church leaders and is a handy resource for those who grew up on Schaller's writing and count him as a major ministry influence. His books alone number nearly 60 titles and span 40 years of publication, beginning in 1964.