Item description for The Volunteer Revolution: Unleashing the Power of Everybody by Bill Hybels & Larry Black...
Overview There is unprecedented spiritual openness in today?s society, and at the same time, increasing economic pressure on the resources of local churches. The solution lies squarely on the able shoulders of God-gifted volunteers. And they are ready for the challenge!
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Format: Audiobook, Unabridged
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.1" Width: 5.1" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2004
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0310253098 ISBN13 9780310253099 UPC 025986253097
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More About Bill Hybels & Larry Black
Bill Hybels is the founding and senior pastor of Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Ill., and chairman of the board for the Willow Creek Association. The bestselling author of more than twenty books, including Leadership Axioms, Holy Discontent, Just Walk Across the Room, The Volunteer Revolution, and Courageous Leadership, and classics such as Too Busy Not to Pray and Becoming a Contagious Christian, Hybels is known worldwide as an expert in training Christian leaders to transform individuals and their communities through the local church. He and his wife, Lynne, have two adult children and two grandsons, Henry and Mac.
Bill Hybels currently resides in the state of Illinois.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Volunteer Revolution: Unleashing the Power of Everybody?
Encouragement Through Anecdotals! Nov 7, 2006
This combination is great. Not another abstract book with principles of how to do ministry. Rather, Bill Hybels shares stories from the ministry of how ordinary Christians were transformed into true servants of Christ, in their volunteer capacities.
Thank you, Bill. I highly recommend this book to those in ministry.
The Volunteer Revolution : Unleashing the Power of Everybody (Hardcover) Mar 15, 2006
Pastor Hybels spells out what I think is the call for all Christians: to love one another, and to be the servant. The organization of Christians to do the right thing TOGETHER regardless of denomination I believe is the future of Christianity. This book goes into detail on how we can come together through SERVICE. Buy this for your small group leader or your pastor.
We all need volunteers! Aug 18, 2005
Bill again simply tells the story of Willow's need to recruit committed strong leaders. Woven through are personal accounts that motivate the reader to believe we can find those needed volunteers for our churches.
Strong on Inspiration, Weak on Implementation Apr 15, 2005
I agree with another reviewer who in essence said this book paints a great picture of the value of volunteerism, but gives little instruction on how to recruit. Just about everyone who takes the time to read this title will admit that volunteer ministry is a very good thing and should be greatly applauded. The problem however, is that those of us who are leaders would appreciate Hybels doing more than just "preaching to the choir." The people needing to hear the message of this book are the very ones who won't be reading it.
I respect Hybels and have benefited enormously from his other writings. This title unfortunately, doesn't fit his previous high standards. While enjoyable and easy to read, this book provides little help to a frustrated leader with few volunteers.
Good Idea, Bad Execution Mar 24, 2005
The subtitle of The Volunteer Revolution is "Unleashing the Power of Everybody." When I picked up the book, I thought it would be chock full of suggestions for pastors about how to lead a volunteer revolution at their churches. But this book is long on inspiration and short on information. What this book did very well was cast vision for leading a church of energized volunteers. It communicated the importance of mobilizing people to meet needs. What the book did not do well-in my opinion, anyway-was to show how to make the vision a reality. There are suggestions scattered throughout the book, but what I need is a plan. So,thanks, Bill, for showing me why the volunteer revolution is necessary. But next time, please write a book with step-by-step guidance.