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Practices of a Healthy Church: Biblical Strategies for Vibrant Church Life and Ministry
     

Practices of a Healthy Church: Biblical Strategies for Vibrant Church Life and Ministry

by Donald J. Macnair, Esther L. Meek (With), Bryan Chapell (Foreword by)
 
Veteran church statesman Donald J. MacNair draws on decades of hands-on experience to answer that question. He gives us both timeless principles and fresh insight into the priorities, practices, and strategies of vibrant, ministering churches.

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Veteran church statesman Donald J. MacNair draws on decades of hands-on experience to answer that question. He gives us both timeless principles and fresh insight into the priorities, practices, and strategies of vibrant, ministering churches.

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Bryan Chapell
Whether acting as pastor, a denominational officer, an author, a teacher, or a consultant, Don MacNair has made himself a servant of Christ’s church. . . . Don is always thinking ahead, always considering what new challenges the present age presents for the church, and always seeking to discover more specifically how the Bible (rather than tradition, comfortable habits, or past practices) should guide us in expanding and improving the ministry of the local church.
Charles Dunahoo
MacNair’s biblical theology and years of experience as a pastor, teacher, and consultant have given him much wisdom and understanding of what a healthy church should be and do. This book is developed from his biblical philosophy and proven expertise. It is practical, readable, and extremely usable.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780875523903
Publisher:
P&R Publishing
Publication date:
06/28/1999
Pages:
253
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Donald J. MacNair (1922-2001) (BD, Faith Theological Seminary; DD, Geneva College) was adjunct professor of practical theology at Covenant Theological Seminary, of which he was a founder. He served as a pastor in urban, suburban, and rural settings, as well as church planter and consultant, including nineteen years as executive director of National Presbyterian Missions. He was author of several books on church life and ministry.

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