Spent Matches Paperback

Igniting the Signal Fire for the Spiritually Dissatisfied

by Refraction; Roy Moran;

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Spent Matches

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"Spent Matches" explores the possibility that a few small paradigm shifts within the church might make the difference between extinction and effectiveness. In fact, taking a clue from the automobile industry, the church might be able to not only halt the rapid decay in attendance but also become an effective tool in achieving Jesus' final command. For instance, the Hybrid car has become the answer to Detroit's environmental and oil crisis issues. Finding the synergy between two technologies, gas and electric has created a new day for the auto industry. Likewise, "Spent Matches"explores how the church can find synergy between two seemingly competing thoughts: an invitation to come and a command to go. The Hybrid metaphor brings energy to the church's mission and an explanation to the age-old argument of Missional versus Attractional methods.Features include: Innovative ideas for growing the churchMethods to reach those who may never have attended churchScripture passages that touch on the subject of church growth

Spent Matches by Refraction; Roy Moran was published by Thomas Nelson Publishers in August 2015 and is our 53831st best seller. The ISBN for Spent Matches is 9780718030629.

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Details for Spent Matches

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherThomas Nelson Publishers (August 2015)
Number of Pages224
Thickness16 mm
Height232 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4309031
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