Prevent pew-complacency with this great discipling guide for guys! Offering a tried-and-true blueprint for a thriving men's ministry, it features true stories about real people and churches, covering topics such as leadership; connecting with your pastor; capturing and keeping momentum; and much more. Includes discussion questions, sample vision statements, and helpful appendixes. 224 pages, hardcover from Moody.
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Customer Reviews for No Man Left Behind: How to Build and Sustain a Thriving Men's Ministry in Your Church
Review 1 for No Man Left Behind: How to Build and Sustain a Thriving Men's Ministry in Your Church
Practical, well researched, and honest approach.
Date:November 22, 2013
Location:New Concord, Ohio
If you're serious about ministry to men in your church this is a centrally important book. The authors speak out of extensive experience. They have devoted their lives to reaching men in our churches. The focus is on discipleship as the central means to reaching men. The strategy of the book is to help churches develop their own way of ministering to men rather than a prescribing a plan that supposedly fits all.
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Review 2 for No Man Left Behind: How to Build and Sustain a Thriving Men's Ministry in Your Church
Great book filled with helpful information to motivate church leaders to understand the need and construction of a successful men's ministry. The author doesn't tell you too many specifics, but rather lays out a model and gives good solid "real life" examples. Great book for building a "lead team' of men.
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Review 3 for No Man Left Behind: How to Build and Sustain a Thriving Men's Ministry in Your Church
Date:June 7, 2008
This book really addresses the issue of how easy it is to miss the mark for a real discipleship ministry. It is refreshing to see a principle oriented book that makes the reader think how to apply these principles in the context of his own ministry. I intend to use this in my men's ministry and see if we can get the creative juices flowing for our men to be better at thinking strategically and engaging a true discipleship ministry.C.C.