Hi everyone! This week we are offering four free books for you to download for your library.
Happy Free Friday everyone! Today’s free book, usually $7.95 is Revitalizing the Sunday Morning Dinosaur: A Sunday School Growth Strategy for the 21st Century by Ken Hemphill.
“The Sunday School is the finest integrated church growth tool on the market today!” I have begun numerous conferences in various denominational settings with this assertion. My bold declaration has elicited responses varying from mild amusement, to incredulity, to outright scorn, to enthusiastic endorsement. Often religious educators applauded because they felt a certain sense of satisfaction and job security. Many, however, were guarded in their endorsements because they had not seen their ministry in terms of church growth. Other educators were somewhat hostile because they feared that the emphasis on church growth through the Sunday School would compromise their commitment to educational excellence. In truth, their Sunday School programs were not resulting in church growth. Many pastors stared at me blankly thinking, If the Sunday School is a church growth tool, somebody unplugged mine!
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Happy Free Friday everyone! Today’s free book, usually $21.95 is Preaching with Bold Assurance by Hershael W. York and Bert Decker.
Although God is sovereign and can work through anyone he chooses to use, he clearly uses those who are most committed to preparation, study, and hard work. If we want to have a real demonstration of the power of the Holy Spirit in our lives, ministries, and sermons, we cannot simply do nothing while hoping that God decides to use us. We strive and agonize in our study and commitment to our calling so that we are always at God’s complete disposal.