A trustworthy and respected guide for pastors and church leadership in the post-quarantine world, providing hope and vision for the future of your congregation.
From thousands of surveys of church leaders and in-person consultations, Thom Rainer and his Church Answers team have gathered the essential wisdom you will need to face the challenges and opportunities that the quarantine crisis creates for the local church, including:
- New and better ways to lead the gathered church
- A wide-open door for growing the digital church
- A moment to rethink the facilities
- New strategies for church growth
- And much more!
This book is, in effect, your personal church consultant, helping you plan and prepare for the future. In the midst of heartbreak, tragedy, and struggle due to COVID-19, here’s hope, wisdom, encouragement, and vision.
This book is valuable for those looking for local church and pastor resources to enhance church leadership, grow your church, and serve digital and online church communities in the post-quarantine world.
As a former pastor and founder of Church Answers, Thom S. Rainer is intimately familiar with the ever-present demands that pastors face. He has spent a lifetime committed to the growth and health of the local church.
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A revisiting of previous books
I'm a big Rainer fan. And thankful for a number of his books. However, this book seems to simply be revisiting previous concepts in his other books. I was mostly looking for a book to help me think innovatively about the future, but unfortunately this is looking back at what he has already written, and trying to place those concepts into a new context.
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The price of the book should be cut by 1/3 because the narrator got extremely quiet towards the end of every sentence. Overall the book was good.
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A Much Needed Read for the Church
Practical, relevant, and much-needed advice for the church to thrive in the new post-pandemic world