Tag Archives: churches

(Book review) MultiChurch: Exploring the Future of MultiSite

Reviewed by: Hope Bolinger, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: MultiChurch: Exploring the Future of MultiSite Author:  Brad House and Gregg Allison Publisher: Zondervan Publication Date: 017 Format: Print book Length: 240 pages OVERVIEW The few-decades-old phenomenon of multi-site churches—churches with multiple locations or venues—has benefited communities and millions of attendees. However, this business model causes congregations to […]

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(Book review) Messy Church

Reviewed by: Allyson M. Hutchison, professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: Messy Church Author: Lucy Moore and Jane Leadbetter Publisher: InterVarsity Press Publication Date: 2017 Format: print book Length: 205 pages OVERVIEW Messy Church is a monthly, weeknight church service with the goal of fostering a stronger community in a church body. These services have […]

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(Book Review)

Virgil Osgood, a poorly educated man, is content to run the only service station in town. It’s not much on looks or convenience, but the service is friendly and excellent. Ambitious Cornelius Alexander comes to town intending to open a snazzy Zipco station across the street from Osgood

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(Book Review) Trivial Pursuits

Diorio uses his unique journey from being a Los Angeles disc jockey to a Christian apologist as the basis for his connection to media, money, and the pursuit of happiness.

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