The Rabbit and the Elephant Hardback
Why Small Is the New Big for Today's Church
by Tony & Felicity Dale; George Barna;
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The Rabbit and the Elephant
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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.
Tony and Felicity Dale were trained as physicians at Barts Hospital in London, where they pioneered a home-based church while in medical school and later in the East End of London. Now residents of the US, they support themselves through business ventures while actively engaged in church planting. They founded House2House magazine, and have authored several books, including Renewing the Mind, Simply Church, and the Getting Started manual on planting house churches. The Dales peak regularly at conferences throughout the world.
George Barna is the author of more than 40 books about faith and culture, including recent bestsellers Revolution and Pagan Christianity. He is the founder of the Barna Group, the US’s leading provider of faith-orientated research.
The Rabbit and the Elephant by Tony & Felicity Dale; George Barna was published by Tyndale House Publishers in May 2009 and is our 28747th best seller. The ISBN for The Rabbit and the Elephant is 9781414325538.
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|Page last updated||19th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Tony & Felicity Dale; George Barna|
|Publisher||Tyndale House Publishers (May 2009)|
|Number of Pages||233|