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Church Growth course
Course home page
Sample graph analysis
Church planting steps
Exam study guides
Identifying receptive people
What do you see?
When trust erodes
"Come share the dream"
Improving your written work
Listening to boring lectures
Getting good grades
Is Dr. Gresham right?
"Commitment" by an African pastor
15 key Bible chapters
Seeking God's will?
Avoid becoming a missionary
This class on church health and growth will focus on developing healthy, growing churches and planting new ones. This is not about a list of programs to be implemented, but a serious study of the questions:
The course will lean heavily on the foundational work of Donald McGavran, the man many call "the father of the modern Church Growth movement."
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"Reaping isn't all there is to evangelism. In fact, reaping isn't even the hard labor. Any farmer knows that. It takes one day to harvest what you've cultivated and nurtured for months. Furthermore, the disciples were going to reap a harvest they hadn't sown. I planted, Paul said, Apollos watered, and God gave the increase. Paul handed off some souls to Apollos. God gave the increase. The soil must be cultivated, the seed planted and nurtured, and then comes the harvest."
&mda sh; Joseph Aldrich in Gentle Persuasion, published by Multnomah Press in 1998.
|Most courses at SNU
contain a writing component.|
I expect students to produce written work that is focused, well developed, organized and relatively free of grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.
Papers falling short of this standard will not be graded. That work will be returned to the students for further revision and resubmission.
See my writing checklist.
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