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Overview Jam-packed with practical aids and insights, this book will teach you how you can minister to people in your own church on Sunday morning! In this book you will learn:
Three miracle-working questions that release the power of God Seven signs of a miracle waiting to happen Three skills of love that empower you to impact people with Jesus Five levels of communication Seven ways people hurt and how to meet their needs Skills for making lifelong friends Much, much more
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Studio: Destiny Image Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.58 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2005
Publisher DESTINY IMAGE #45
ISBN 0768423082 ISBN13 9780768423082
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You Are a Miracle: Waiting to Happen by Ken Houts Oct 3, 2005
Wrestles with an important issue: connecting with people who test out a church, insuring that they are, or can become spiritually on track, and helping to assimilate them into that church. This program is perhaps a good place to start, though I would imagine that most situations would require substantial adaptation rather than actually implimenting this as presented. Stylistically, the multiple numbered lists nested within numbered lists was confusing and distracting.
a much needed book Feb 23, 2002
This book is a source of encouragement and well worth the read if you really want your church to grow. It is an easy read yet full of impact and should change the way you look at visitors to your services.
It is not a professional type book, but rather written from the heart. It tends to be a bit redundant and repititious. But most of the things repeated are things that the average church member needs to take to heart. The points made are real and need to be taken to heart if we want to reach a hurting world for Christ.
challenging for all church communities Apr 15, 1999
I really enjoyed reading the book, but evenmore found out that care minstry really does work in practise. Ken Hots gives many very practical hints and tips, of how to make care ministry work in your church. Talking about love is one thing, but showing it to the guests who visit your church is another matter, or not?? Read the book. Experience the challenge and see your church grow. Why? Because being a christian is not aimed at looking at yourself and your christian friends. God brings in the harvest. Who are we to neglect them?