Item description for Building for Effective Mission: A Complete Guide for Congregations on Bricks and Mortar Issues (Kennon Callahan Resource Library for Effective Churches) by Kennon L. Callahan...
Overview To be a successful church in the '90s, a congregation must outline clear ministry goals and then renovate, build or move to bring these ministries to life. Kennon Callahan advises churches on how to transform their facilities, gather funds, choose an architect to design an effective building, and more.
Publishers Description Guides church leaders through the process of clarifying and prioritizing their mission. Kennon Callahan demonstrates how to cultivate your mission with compassion and community, as well as prayer and scripture. This guide will make any congregation's mission become a reality by matching your church's facilities with its ministry needs.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.84" Width: 5.98" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.56 lbs.
Release Date Aug 21, 1997
ISBN 0787938726 ISBN13 9780787938727
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More About Kennon L. Callahan
Kennon L. Callahan, Ph.D. -- noted author, researcher, professor, theologian, and pastor, is a number one bestselling author and among today's most sought after speakers and consultants. Living in Grace is Dr. Callahan's newest and nineteenth book.
Kennon L. Callahan currently resides in Dallas, in the state of Texas. Kennon L. Callahan has an academic affiliation as follows - Dallas, Texas.
Kennon L. Callahan has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Building for Effective Mission: A Complete Guide for Congregations on Bricks and Mortar Issues (Kennon Callahan Resource Library for Effective Churches)?
Bad advice for selecting an architect Dec 10, 2002
Mr. Callahan's advice for selecting an architect is very bad advice. If a Building Committee follows his advice they will not receive the professional architectural services that they deserve. I am an architect who has specialized in designing churches for over 20 years. Mr. Callahan obviously does not understand or appreciate the full services that an architect who specializes in church architecture can provide. His suggestion to use a "architectural study process" is only going to result in participation of less qualified architects providing unsatisfactory design services. I would hope that anyone reading this book will be able to understand that this system is doomed for failure. Robert H. Amor, Church Architect
Very good planning resource for churches. Oct 30, 1999
Kennon Callahan provides another powerful resource to equip church planners and leaders. The style will feel very familiar to those who have used the 12 keys, but the content is fresher and more up to date. One particularly useful aspect is the paradigms of relationship between a congregation and its current or future facility. Many churches may find that they don't quite fit the mold as they expect. As with Callahan's other resources, there is the risk of oversimplifying your circumstances to fit the listed models. (This warning applies to mis-application of the books, and is not meant to be critical of the resources themselves.) Nonetheless, the book is a substantial contribution to the field. Even if your congregation feels very comfortable in your current facility, you could still gain useful insights from a careful reading and some prayerful discernment. Peace be with you.