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  • Small Church, Big Impact (Ebook Shorts)by Brandon J. O'Brien

    Baker Publishing Group 2011; US$ 3.99

    By gathering stories about effective churches from small-church pastors, Brandon O'Brien demonstrates that a church's success is not contingent on its size. This is a selection from Brandon O'Brien's book, The Strategically Small Church. more...

  • Moral Ambitionby Omri Elisha

    University of California Press 2011; US$ 28.95

    In this evocative ethnography, Omri Elisha examines the hopes, frustrations, and activist strategies of American evangelical Christians as they engage socially with local communities. Focusing on two Tennessee megachurches, Moral Ambition reaches beyond political controversies over issues such as abortion, same-sex marriage, and public prayer to... more...

  • For the Cityby Matt Carter; Darrin Patrick; Joel A Lindsey

    Zondervan 2011; US$ 14.99

    This is the story of two pastors whose hearts were gripped by the need for a church in the inner core of their cities. It outlines a gospel-centered missional approach to planting churches that can lead to city renewal and restoration. more...

  • To Transform a Cityby Eric Swanson; Sam Williams

    Zondervan 2010; US$ 15.99

    Understand the paradigmatic shift that is happening in city ministry around the world---the shift from internal church concern to external community focus---and learn how to live out and lead others in this missional approach. more...

  • Strategically Small Church, Theby Brandon J. O'Brien

    Baker Publishing Group 2010; US$ 15.99

    Pastor and Leadership journal editor shows how small churches are uniquely equipped for success in today's culture, offering encouragement and help to pastors and leaders. more...

  • Models, Mentors, and Messagesby René Rochester

    Zondervan/Youth Specialties 2009; US$ 13.99

    What can a postmodern, hip-hop generation learn from an agrarian, Jewish culture? This book specifically focuses on how Jesus? family, his heavenly Father, the Jewish community, and neighboring nations all shaped his holy destiny. By studying Jesus? youth, you will discover how to model for urban teens how they can live out God?s call in their communities. more...

  • The Hybrid Church in the Cityby Christopher Richard Baker

    Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2007; US$ 104.95

    This book argues that theology and the church need to engage more seriously with post-modern reality and thought if points of connection are going to be created. Drawing on case studies from Europe and the USA, this book examines examples of Third Space methodologies to ask questions about hybrid identities and methods churches might adopt to effectively... more...

  • The Growth of "New London" in Suburban Middlesex (1918-1945) and the Response of the Church of Englandby Rex Walford

    The Edwin Mellen Press 2007; US$ 179.95

    This groundbreaking book sheds much-needed light on the neglected ecclesiastical history of urban England in the twentieth century. Working from detailed field evidence Rex Walford has investigated the fate of the Church of England in suburban Middlesex (“New London” north of the Thames) between the two World Wars. Quite contrary to a widely-held... more...

  • Where 20 or 30 Are Gatheredby Peter Bush; Christine O'Reilly

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2006; US$ 16.99

    While worship is the primary purpose of all churches, worship in the small church is distinctive. Whether a house church, a new church plant, a rural church along a country road, or a city church whose neighborhood demographics have shifted, these small faith communities present unique opportunities and challenges for worship leaders. Peter Bush and... more...

  • Small Congregation, Big Potentialby Lyle E. Schaller

    Abingdon Press 2004; US$ 9.00

    There are many questions that leaders of small-membership congregations ask themselves about their church's future. Lyle Schaller suggests that two in particular should rise to the top of the list. First, wha's the right size of for a church? Is the small congregation averaging two or three dozen people at worship a legitimate order of God's creation?... more...