Deliberate Simplicity Paperback
How the Church Does More by Doing Less
by David Browning;
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Rejecting the bigger is better model of the complex, corporate megachurch, church innovator Dave Browning embraced deliberate simplicity. The result was Christ the King Community Church, International (CTK), an expanding multisite community church that Outreach magazine named among Americas Fastest Growing Churches and Americas Most Innovative Churches. Members of the CTK network in a number of cities, countries, and continents are empowered for maximum impact by Brownings less is more approach. In Deliberate Simplicity, Browning discusses the six elements of this streamlined model: Minimality: Keep it simple Intentionality: Keep it missional Reality: Keep it real Multility: Keep it cellular Velocity: Keep it moving Scalability: Keep it expanding
As part of the Leadership Network Innovation Series, Deliberate Simplicity is a guide for church leaders seeking new strategies for more effective ministry.
Dave Browning is the founding pastor of Christ the King Community Church, International (CTK), an eight-year-old nondenominational church with locations in twelve states and seven countries. He is a graduate of Denver Baptist Bible College (BA), Northwest Baptist Seminary (MDiv), and has completed the course work for his doctorate of ministry. Christ the King is one of the twenty-five most innovative churches in America on a recent Outreach magazine ranking.
Deliberate Simplicity by David Browning was published by Zondervan in January 2009 and is our 49847th best seller. The ISBN for Deliberate Simplicity is 9780310285670.
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|Page last updated||21st July 2017|
|Author / Artist||David Browning|
|Publisher||Zondervan (January 2009)|
|Number of Pages||208|