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by John C. Maxwell,Mike Nappa
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Christian Living
  • Author:
    John C. Maxwell,Mike Nappa
  • ISBN:
    1589199901
  • ISBN13:
    978-1589199903
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  • Publisher:
    David C. Cook; New edition (June 15, 2001)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Christian Living
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Nappa admits that Who Moved My Church? isn't the most comfortable book to read. Its stark portrayal of the different ways the Church deals with the tough issues that modern society tosses its way is challenging, to say the least

Nappa admits that Who Moved My Church? isn't the most comfortable book to read. Its stark portrayal of the different ways the Church deals with the tough issues that modern society tosses its way is challenging, to say the least. My biggest hope is that this book will be a spark to help us Christians think through - and discuss - the way we interact with our culture," Nappa says. I simply want to hold up a mirror on Christians interacting with society and let that speak for itself.

Ultimately, Nappa's parable will spur church attendees to tackle one of the enduring questions of Christian history .

Humorous, entertaining, and thought provoking, Who Moved My Church? will be the center of discussion in homes, small groups, Sunday-school classes and churches everywhere.

Who Moved My Church? : Story about Discovering Purpose in a Changing Culture. After enjoying reading another book with a similar title, I was intrigued. I was not disappointed. This is a very enjoyable read, in a parable-like perspective, with an important, easy-to-grasp message that really hit m. his book provides a unique look into contemporary thinking and belief systems when it comes to how Christians should interact with today's culture. How would I set out to rebuild a ministry if, suddenly, my comfort-zone disappeared?

Are you sure you want to remove Who Moved My Church? . Published September 2001 by RiverOak Publishing.

Are you sure you want to remove Who Moved My Church? - A Story About Discovering Purpose in a Changing Culture from your list? Who Moved My Church? - A Story About Discovering Purpose in a Changing Culture. Christianity and culture, Christian life.

A Story about Discovering Purpose in a Changing Culture, by Mike Nappa, RiverOak Publishers (Tulsa, OK) .

A Story about Discovering Purpose in a Changing Culture, by Mike Nappa, RiverOak Publishers (Tulsa, OK), 2001. ADAPTATIONS: Failing Forward: Turning Mistakes into Stepping-Stones for Success, The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: Follow Them and People Will Follow You, and The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Embrace Them and Empower Your Team have been adapted for audio. SIDELIGHTS: John C. Maxwell has written more than fifty books, has founded several nonprofit and for-profit organizations, is an ordained minister, and is well known for his successful leadership conferences.

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Who Moved My Cheese? is a simple parable that reveals profound truths about . When you come to see 'The Handwriting on the Wall', you can discover.

Who Moved My Cheese? is a simple parable that reveals profound truths about change. It is an amusing and enlightening story of four characters who live in a 'Maze' and look for 'Cheese' to nourish them and make them happy. Two are mice named Sniff and Scurry. When you come to see 'The Handwriting on the Wall', you can discover for yourself how to deal with change, so that you can enjoy less stress and more success (however you define it) in your work and in your life. Written for all ages, this story takes less than an hour to read, but its unique insights can last for a lifetime.

Who Moved My Church? A Story About Discovering Purpose in a Changing Culture. John C. Maxwell (foreword) Mike Nappa. Humorous, entertaining, and thought provoking, Who Moved My Church? will be the center of discussion in homes, small groups, Sunday-school classes and churches everywhere.

How would people respond if they showed up at church one Sunday morning only to discover someone or something had actually, physically moved it? Undoubtedly, they would go out and find it! And that's what four unforgettable characters from Who Moved My Church? set out to do! But how they go about locating it and then how they respond—and what they do—once they find it is so different, you'd never guess they attend the same church. Ultimately, Nappa's parable will spur church attendees to tackle one of the enduring questions of Christian history: How is the Church to interact with culture? The question is all the more pressing for pastors and laity in light of dramatic and rapid changes taking place in society on what feels like a daily basis. Humorous, entertaining, and thought provoking, Who Moved My Church? will be the center of discussion in homes, small groups, Sunday-school classes and churches everywhere.

xander
This book makes you think of things that prevent church growth!
Zinnthi
Thought provoking.
the monster
Excellent Excellent book to read i highly recommend it
Juce
Easy, because it reads fast - 120 pages in two sittings, max! But, challenging at the same time because is causes one to rethink old embedded ideas of traditional thinking that stifle creativity and growth in reaching people and ministering to real needs.
Zargelynd
Great read for church leaders
Nicearad
This book was recommended by a friend and I would highly recommend it. I would also recommend "Who stole my church which I purchased at the same time.
Kamick
Nice rendition of how one should view religion. All paths to using religion correctly should be explored to those who want to distinguish themselves and "righteous".
This is a book that should be read by all church leaders, both ordained and lay. I first read this book several years ago and have given it to 5 or 6 leaders at different churches in the intrim.