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The Christian Century and the Rise of the Protestant Mainline
This resource uses the magazine The Christian Century as a metaphor to talk about the strengths and challenges of the American Protestant church.
Clip in: Risking Hospitality in Your Church
Using the metaphor of a bicycle pedal clip, this book frames hospitality as a powerful way to promote growth while reviving current members.
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Liberating Hope: Daring to Renew the Mainline Church
This resource combats the widespread loss of church participants by calling on congregations to define a new mission --- one that involves an understanding of contemporary stewardship, transformational leadership skills, and mission engagement.
Journey in the Wilderness: New Life for Mainline Churches
Written by an experienced consultant with the Texas Methodist Foundation, this resource offers congregations a way to create positive change towards missional transformation.
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Renewing Our Church
This web resource offers an engaging video presentation about how an established but faltering congregation understands and celebrates its congregational renewal.
Click 2 Save REBOOT: The Digital Ministry Bible
This social media overview expands on how modern-day platforms can impact the congregational mission and ministry, providing guidance on websites like YouTube.
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Preaching in the Small Membership Church
This practical book for clergy in small congregations identifies and describes the ten roles that the preacher fulfills.
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Evangelism Connections
Available online or via email, this newsletter is for congregations interested in cultivating a greater sense of evangelical identity.
Living Fully, Dying Well Planning Kit: A Study for Small Groups
This DVD invites viewers to adopt a perspective of later life that is both practical and hopeful.
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National Religious Partnership for the Environment
This goal of this website is to express a united commitment to "seek justice and healing for the whole community of life” by offering a kind of one-stop shop for resources from five religious traditions: Jewish, Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, Mainline and Evangelical Christian.
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