We refused to lead a dying church! : churches that came back against all odds / Paul Nixon.
By: Nixon, PaulMaterial type: TextPublisher: Cleveland : Pilgrim Press, 2012Description: xiii, 175 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 9780829818956 (alk. paper); 0829818952 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Church renewalLOC classification: BV600 | .N49 2012
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The renewed tall steeple church : Calvary Baptist, Washington, D.C -- The good news church : Evangel United Methodist, Holton, Kansas -- The reborn church : Hope.Gate.Way, Portland, Maine -- The vital merger church : United Christian, Austin, Texas -- The turnaround church : Wollaston United Church of Christ, Quincy, Massachusetts -- The great commission church : First United Methodist, Sikeston, Missouri -- The let's roll up our sleeves church : Lake Alfred Presbyterian, Lake Alfred, Florida -- The progressive alternative church : Irvine United Congregational, Irvine, California -- The excellent remnant church : Sag Harbor United Methodist, Sag Harbor, New York -- The church where everybody gets a hug : St. Mark United Methodist, Sumter, South Carolina -- The you can't out-give God church : First Church Somerville, United Church of Christ, Greater Boston, Massachusetts -- The community center church : Montavilla United Methodist, Portland, Oregon -- The Pentecost church : Clinton Avenue United Methodist, Kingston, New York -- The church without walls : Worship @ the Water, Pensacola Beach, Florida -- The reimagined church : Sixth and I Historic Synagogue, Washington, D.C. -- Epilogue : a conversation, Paul Nixon with Charlene Kammerer, Christie Latona, Martin Lee, and Rita Root.
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