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Money Matters in Church: A Practical Guide for Leaders

Money Matters in Church: A Practical Guide for Leaders

by Aubrey Malphurs and Steve Stroope

Money Matters in Church helps leaders to discover a one-stop, comprehensive model for managing finances and fundraising. It guides leaders of any size church or ministry to create a culture of giving that supports savvy, faithful, and legal financing. The authors present a biblical theology of stewardship that supports ways to develop donors and maximize con… Read more…

Fusion: Turning First-Time Guests into Fully Engaged Members of Your Church

Fusion: Turning First-Time Guests into Fully Engaged Members of Your Church

by Nelson Searcy, Jennifer Dykes Henson and Steve Stroope

Fusion offers a step-by-step, biblically grounded, tested, and proven plan for establishing a relationship with newcomers that ultimately prompts them to become fully developing members of our churches. This innovative, practical guide is full of how-to information, testimonials, examples, and self-assessment tools. Engaging, informative, and immediately app… Read more…

It Starts at Home: A Practical Guide to Nurturing Lifelong Faith

It Starts at Home: A Practical Guide to Nurturing Lifelong Faith

by Kurt Bruner and Steve Stroope

As Your Children Grow, Will Their Faith Grow Too?As both stories and statistics attest, the number of evangelical children who abandon Christianity in adulthood is staggering. To see effective change, parents cannot leave their child’s faith to chance. Rather, families must start nurturing faith early—you cannot start once your child is grown… Read more…

Tribal Church: Lead Small. Impact Big.

Tribal Church: Lead Small. Impact Big.

by Kurt Bruner and Steve Stroope

God’s biggest assignments have always been entrusted to those leading a small tribe. From the twelve families of Israel to early Christians who met in one another’s homes, great leaders begin by serving a core group of people who ripple outward for ever-extending social and spiritual impact. They go big by leading small.Today, leaders don’t… Read more…