Deep and Wide Hardcover – 19 Oct 2012
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About the Author
Andy Stanley fundo North Point Ministries, Inc. (NPM) en 1995 con la vision de crear iglesias a las cuales les agradara asistir tambien a las personas que no se identifican con ninguna otra iglesia. Cada domingo, mas de 33.000 personas asisten a una de las siete iglesias que tiene North Point en la zona de Atlanta, Georgia. NPM tambien ha fundado tambien mas de 25 iglesias fuera de la zona metropolitana de Atlanta, con una asistencia semanal combinada de mas de 15.000 personas. Cada mes, mas de un millon de personas escuchan sus mensajes en los distintos portales de NPM en la web. Andy y su esposa Sandra viven en Alpharetta, Georgia, y tienen tres hijos: Andrew, Garrett y Allie. Puedes encontrar mas informacion y utilizar los recursos gratuitos que se ofrecen, entrando a su portal: www.northpointministries.org.
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Top Customer Reviews
You won't regret reading this book, but the town, city and country you live in may regret you not reading it.
My only small issue is that it relates very much to his US cultural context; starting a church for the unchurched in the UK is a very different proposition in some areas, but the questions he raises are pertinent and helpful and have enabled me to think through my own answers more clearly. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to think practically about the way church looks and interacts with culture.
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This is a book that should not be approached lightly. It will touch your core if you are in any way thinking about what your church is about, and you have any level of leadership... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jean Balcombe
Very helpful in getting to understand the need to develop balanced churches that reach the unchurched and help them develop their relationship with GodPublished 9 months ago by Simon Baynham
Amazing book. Very honest and helpful. Would work well this side of the Atlantic too.Published 12 months ago by Soames
From beginning to end this book has great evaluative questions for future church direction and practice. Well worth spending time reflecting on your own context.Published 17 months ago by DaveR
Andy is Honest, humble and open writing about his own life and experiences. We need this sort of book to help us all see how we can grow congregations and build Gods people for his... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Coxy7
Wish I could have read this years ago - the practical manual needed to transform my church(es)! Start the journey.Published 22 months ago by huw powell-davies
Hard hitting, at times uncomfortable, but this book has the potential to completely overturn traditional, conventional thinking about doing church in 2014. Wonderful read.Published 23 months ago by Wheelchairstuntpilot