Creative Ministry Moves reveals the secrets of providing creative ministry in this transitional age of ministry that will ignite thought, participation, growth and congregational life. The book gives step-by-step methods that will guide church leaders to do innovative ministry in the post-modern culture. Ideas on how to implement creative ministry include "Sweat Suit Sunday", "A Gospel Ice Cream Truck", Drug Dealers and Street Life Conference", "Christian Dance Party", "City-Wide Baby Dedication", and much, much more. Creative Ministry Moves will give church leaders biblical, theological, sociological and practical perspectives on how to be creative in their approach to ministry, while providing practical ideas for evangelism. It will also instruct pastors on relevant models of preaching, while inspiring the preacher to be creative in sermon structure, use of illustrations, statistical data and theological relevance.
|Publisher:||Word and Spirit Publishing|
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About the Author
Bishop Sir Walter Mack is the Senior Pastor of Union Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where he was able to grow the ministry from 350 to over 4,000 members. Bishop Mack has been named a “Churchologist”, and has the ability to motivate, instruct, and inspire churches to do Creative Ministry. He has been a staple presenter at conferences and numerous churches, colleges and universities nationally and internationally. He has been named top 20 preachers to watch under the age of 40 by the African American Pulpit Journal and has been inducted into the Martin Luther King Board of Preachers at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. He holds a B.A. degree from Elon University and a D.Min. degree from United Theological Seminary where he presently serves as a peer mentor for the Doctoral Ministry program. Bishop Mack is married to the former Kim Romaine Bush, and is the son of Frances J. Mack and the late Dr. Sir Walter Mack, Sr.