Forcefully Advancing: The Last Hope for America and American Christianity

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You don't remember the last baptism at your church. You've seen the church buildings for sale and felt the chill of death as you've visited other congregations. You hurt because your friends reject all you hold dear, dismiss Christ without hearing, and refuse out of hand your invitations to church. You want to talk to them but don't know how; you don't even know where to start. You feel helpless, overwhelmed, defeated. But you want to do something about it.

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Overview

You don't remember the last baptism at your church. You've seen the church buildings for sale and felt the chill of death as you've visited other congregations. You hurt because your friends reject all you hold dear, dismiss Christ without hearing, and refuse out of hand your invitations to church. You want to talk to them but don't know how; you don't even know where to start. You feel helpless, overwhelmed, defeated. But you want to do something about it.

Forcefully Advancing: The Last Hope for America and American Christianity is your solution. Author Wes Moore issues a loud cry to the church to turn from politics as the solution to cultural change-and transfers as the solution to church growth-and accept a very old directive: a personal commitment to the Great Commission. Forcefully Advancing will:

• Shock you with a clear picture of the future of our nation if things continue on their present course.
• Educate you with a detailed analysis and critique of contemporary church growth and cultural change philosophies.
• Equip you with a natural approach to promoting truth to others. You'll learn how to make friends, start conversations, understand spiritual background and barriers, overcome objections, and share the message of Jesus.
• Show you how to organize your church or small group to engage the lost around you in an ongoing, consistent way.
• Encourage you by taking you back to the future to see what America could be like if the Great Commission is implemented across the nation.

Let Forcefully Advancing help you start doing something about it today.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615667307
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 3/30/2010
  • Pages: 294
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.70 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Wes Moore
Wes Moore
Wes Moore is a Rhodes Scholar, a combat veteran of Afghanistan, and has worked as a Special Assistant to Secretary Condoleezza Rice at the State Department as a White House Fellow. He was a featured speaker at the 2008 Democratic National Convention, named one of Ebony magazine’s Top 30 Leaders Under 30 (2007), and most recently, dubbed one of the top young business leaders in America in Crain’s.  He lives in Jersey City, New Jersey.


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