Charles Arn (EdD, University of Southern California) is professor of Christian ministry at Wesley Seminary, Indiana Wesleyan University, and president of Church Growth, Inc., where he is responsible for research, design, and development of instructional materials. He has thirty-four years of experience in leading training events for churches and denominations throughout North America and the world. He is known as a leading voice in the church growth movement. He lives in Glendora, California.
1. Why Start a New Service?
2. The Role of the Pastor
3. Getting the Church on Board
4. What Kinds of Service Do You Want?
5. What Kinds of Service Do They Want?
6. When and Where to Meet
7. Designing the Service
8. Getting People to Come
9. Evaluating the Service
10. Getting People to Come Back