Simple Church

by Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger     |     Book Summary


Author: Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Date: June 2011
Pages: 281

Book Summary of Simple Church by Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger


The world is complex and unfortunately so are many churches. Complexity is confusing.  Complexity is cluttered. Complexity is overwhelming. Complexity is exhausting. Therefore, many of our churches are confusing, cluttered, overwhelmed, and exhausted when it comes to discipleship.

Through a study of four hundred churches, Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger discovered that vibrant and growing churches have simple processes of discipleship. In a complex world, people are drawn to simple.

Simple Church makes the compelling case, based on empirical evidence, that churches should simplify the way they approach ministry. It is primarily designed for church leaders to understand how to view ministry through a new paradigm to help their church be more effective and better stewards of the resources available to them by simplifying their ministry philosophy.





Simple Church

by Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Simple Church by Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger

AuthorThom Rainer and Eric Geiger
PublisherB&H Publishing Group
DateJune 2011
Pages281


Overview:

The world is complex and unfortunately so are many churches. Complexity is confusing.  Complexity is cluttered. Complexity is overwhelming. Complexity is exhausting. Therefore, many of our churches are confusing, cluttered, overwhelmed, and exhausted when it comes to discipleship.

Through a study of four hundred churches, Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger discovered that vibrant and growing churches have simple processes of discipleship. In a complex world, people are drawn to simple.

Simple Church makes the compelling case, based on empirical evidence, that churches should simplify the way they approach ministry. It is primarily designed for church leaders to understand how to view ministry through a new paradigm to help their church be more effective and better stewards of the resources available to them by simplifying their ministry philosophy.