The Church That Works
The church that works wins its own children, reaches its neighbors, blesses its community, and makes God known to its generation, and the next, around the world. That church necessarily will be one in which the people, not just the clergy, do the work of the ministry. More than a body of believers, the church is a body of Christian workers.
When the people falter in ministry, the church fails in its mission. The church cannot work if the people who are called to lead are forced to follow or if those called to follow are trying to lead.
The Church That Works explores giving Real Power to the People. Chapters include: How Churches Become Deacon-Possessed, When Churches Are Deacon-Blessed, and Becoming a Church that Works.
Rick DuBose oversees 530 churches and 1750 credentialed ministers as a district superintendent for the Assemblies of God. As a pastor in Sachse, Texas, he built 17 people into a church of more than 800 and one of the nation's top mission givers. He speaks widely across the U.S. and in other countries. Rick arbitrates church conflicts and, when necessary, administers discipline according to the district by-laws.
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