Transforming Congregations for the Future

Book, 1994, 139 pp
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The declining numbers of denominational membership and recent national surveys on church attendance suggest that the church is no longer a source of hope or a compelling resource to help people deal with the turmoil of today's changing world. And yet, the good news of the church is such that it should be what people are clamoring for. What is it about our institutions and ourselves that may be causing us to be ineffective in the way we live out our calling as the church and as self-professed believers? Loren focuses on what he sees as the essential task and age-old call of the church--living and breathing the good news promise of spiritual transformation for all to see. He explores how we as the church may need to change as institutions and as individuals within the institutions.
PublisherAlban Institute

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