Externally focused churches ask for a little from many people, not great things from a few. And rather than changing or creating ministries, they partner with organizations that already help people in need. Learn from churches that have made serving their communities a priority--with dramatic results. Your church can be a firm pillar in your community because of the unwavering truth and love of its members. The best part? An external focus is not complicated as it may seem.
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Review 1 for The Externally Focused Church
Date:September 15, 2010
Would your community lament if your church suddenly vanished?The author explores the way many churches have indeed been light and salt in their Jerusalem and Judea.Enjoyable and challenging--I want to challenge my church to make a diff in my community after reading this!
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Review 2 for The Externally Focused Church
Date:May 17, 2007
An excellent book to challenge the church to get out of their buildings and comfort and into their communities as salt and light. I heartily recommend it.