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Una Iglesia con propósito [NOOK Book]

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En este libro usted conocerá el secreto que impulsa a la iglesia de más rápido crecimiento en la historia de los Estados Unidos.
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Overview

En este libro usted conocerá el secreto que impulsa a la iglesia de más rápido crecimiento en la historia de los Estados Unidos.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780829780079
  • Publisher: Vida
  • Publication date: 9/13/2009
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Zondervan Publishing
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 403,855
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Rick Warren
Rick Warren es pastor, estratega global, teólogo y filántropo. Los medios le llaman “El líder espiritual más influyente de América” y “El pastor de América”. Él y su esposa, Kay, fundaron la Iglesia Saddleback en California, una propiedad de 120 acres con más de 300 ministerios comunitarios de ayuda a prisioneros, adictos y padres solteros, entre otros. Como estratega global, el Dr. Warren asesora a líderes en sectores públicos, privados y religiosos en temas de pobreza, salud, educación, la fe en la cultura y desarrollo de liderazgo. Es invitado a dictar conferencias en congresos y agencias estatales como las Naciones Unidas y es catedrático en diferentes universidades. El Dr. Warren es autor de varios libros, incluyendo el éxito de ventas Vida con Propósito.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2006

    Good for Kindling

    The best thing you can do with this book is burn it. Rick Warren's 'feel good' ideas and unscriptural hogwash are an abomination to the Lord. The idea of promoting Contemporary Christian Music is blasphemous. Anyone who promotes this book are of those who 'will not endure sound doctrine but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears and they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.' Pray for Rick Warren. Pray for him to repent.

    2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2006

    BUILDING FREEDOM AND HOPE

    THIS IS A VERY AMAZING BOOK. 'THE PURPOSE DRIVEN CHURCH' SHOWED ME HOW SOME GODLY PRINCIPLES COULD BE APPLIED TO MY CHURCH AND THE WONDERFUL THINGS LEARNED COULD BE USED TO HELP WIN SOULS FOR CHRIST AND BETTER THE COMMUNITY. THAT IS THE WHOLE PURPOSE OF 'THE PURPOSE DRIVEN CHURCH' TO GET OTHER CHURCHS MOTIVATED AND SHOW THEM THAT IT IS NOT AS HARD AS IT LOOKS AND THIS SPECIAL BOOK WILL GIVE YOUR CHURCH THE WISDOM TO DO IT. THE WRITER RICK WARREN SHARES WHAT HE HAS LEARNED SO THAT OTHERS MIGHT BE BLESSED.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2003

    Pick A Bible Version... Any Bible Version

    What troubled me the most about this book is how Warren chose translations or paraphrases based on whether or not the verse contained the word 'purpose' or 'focus'. Having examined fourteen translations and paraphrases and looking at which ones Warren chose each time was enlightening. Often the verses he chose (to enhance his byword, 'purpose') disagreed with every other translation or paraphrase. Warren's mainstay version seems to be the Message, a paraphrase. He deviates from it when another version uses 'purpose' in a verse and the Message does not. Is this honest scholarship? To base your book on the word 'purpose' and then reverse engineer it (as Warren has apparently done) by finding (sometimes almost unheard of) translations and paraphrases to fit is not the way to build an honest case. The concepts in the book are not new, and Scripture itself is clearer and certainly more precise than Warren's book in these matters. Another issue that discturbed me was Warren's penchant to make 'factual statements' and than have nothing to back the truth of the statement up. For example, on p. 33, Warren says, 'Purpose always produces passion. Nothing energizes like a clear purpose.' On what does he base this assertion? No footnote accompanied the statements. These are minor ones, but they exemplify how Warren often makes statements that are to be taken as factual without any data to back them up. He does the same with statistics. The book is not unbiblical, but it is sub-biblical. It fails to accurately present Scripture, and while the major themes he uses are acceptable, the poor scholarship weakens his case for any who would but take the time to read several versions of the Bible.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2002

    A 'Good' Book

    I enjoyed this very much. Purpose driven is a good concept for not only my church, but for many other areas in my life. I believe many lay people should look at this. In fact, I wish our church council would read it.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 25, 2009

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    I Also Recommend:

    An outstanding book with practical ideals.

    For those who want to understand how to start or grow a church. It list many steps to consider and take. The author ask you not to copy his style but to consider what has worked for him.

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  • Posted January 15, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    A great How to build a Church, mega or mini

    This book is very easy to read and to inpliment. Rich describes step by step how God led him through planting the shuch in Sadlebrook.<BR/>Real can do stuff that any chuch or church planner can get done IF. It's God's will and their are some folks on your team that want to trust God's direction.<BR/><BR/>Maybe the DIY book on church planting, building, and directing.<BR/><BR/>Open Minds before opening the cover.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2001

    NOT JUST FOR CLERGY

    This book ought to be required reading for every layperson desiring a position of leadership in the church.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2001

    'Pastor, Is Your Church Healthy?'

    Rick Warren has written a gem, a textbook for all church planters, pastors, and church leaders, who want to have growing, healthy churches. The book stresses the need for the church to become purpose-driven and not program-driven. Many have criticized Rick for his methods in reaching the unchurched culture, but one only has to see the explosive growth of Saddleback Church and the many churches who have implemented the Biblical principles in his book, to realize that God has His hand in it. Moreover, Warren never encourages other churches to copy the Saddleback model, only the Biblical principles therein.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2001

    Never Judge a book by its cover, or its title.

    I would not recommend this book. The title suggests that you can have growth without having to change your message. As I read it I discovered that the author very much changes the biblical message to a 'seeker sensitive' message, which is totally UNBIBLICAL. On this subject I would highly recommend John MacArthur's 'Ashamed of the Gospel'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2000

    Keeping the Main Thing The Main Thing

    Warren's book is a dynamic encouragement to any church trying to 'find herself'. Rick surfaces the main purposes of the local church and offers creative ideas for reaching those biblical goals. This is a MUST read for any pastor. Give a copy to each of your deacons.

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