Revolution

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Oct 1, 2012 - Religion - 160 pages
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This groundbreaking book shows that a revolution is already taking place within the church—one that will affect every believer in America. Committed, born-again Christians are exiting the established church in massive numbers. Why are they leaving? Where are they going? And what does this mean for the future of the church?

Drawing upon extensive data, renowned researcher and author George Barna predicts how this revolution will affect the organized church, how Christ's body of believers should react, and how individuals who are considering leaving (or those who have already left) can respond. For leaders working for positive change in the church, and for believers struggling to find a spiritual community and worship experience that resonates . . . get ready, because a revolution is here.
 

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Contents

A Note on the New Edition
The Changing Landscape
The Revolutionary
What Does God Expect?
How Is the Local Church Doing?
Spiritual Transitions in the Making
God Is Active Today
A New Way of Doing Church
American Christians as Revolutionaries
The Marks of a Revolutionary
Why the Revolution Matters
What the Critics Will
This Revolutions for You
How a Local Church Can Respond
Appropriatey to the Revolution
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About the author (2012)

George Barna is the president and founder of Barna Research Group. Barna has developed seminars for clients such as The Billy Graham Association, Campus Crusade for Christ, and The Prison Fellowship. His other clients include Prudential, Sothwestern Bell, The Walt Disney Company, and Visa USA. He has also served as a pastor of a southern California church. Barna has written many books on the church and culture including The Habits of Highly Effective Churches, User Friendly Churches, and Marketing the Church. His work has been quoted in Newsweek, Time, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal.

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