The Church Revitalization Checklist

by Sam Rainer     |     Book Summary


Author: Sam Rainer
Publisher: Tyndale Momentum
Date: 2022
Pages: 200

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Many studies point to the reality that the majority of American churches are either in decline or have plateaued in terms of attendance. This trend has only been exacerbated by a global pandemic and an increasingly polarized populace. Many of the hard things that church leaders and pastors need to confront in this current cultural moment were not taught to them in any seminary course. 

There are, however, practical things that pastors can do to revitalize their congregations and breathe new life into their people. Jesus established His church thousands of years ago, and He has no plans to give up on the church anytime soon. “If God can save any person, he can save any church.” (p. 1) This book is an intensely practical checklist for pastors who know that their congregation is in need of revitalization. The trend toward decline can be reversed, and this book intends to help pastors do just that.





The Church Revitalization

by Sam Rainer

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Book Summary of Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne

Author Sam Rainer
Publisher Tyndale Momentum
Date 2022
Pages 200


Overview:

Many studies point to the reality that the majority of American churches are either in decline or have plateaued in terms of attendance. This trend has only been exacerbated by a global pandemic and an increasingly polarized populace. Many of the hard things that church leaders and pastors need to confront in this current cultural moment were not taught to them in any seminary course. 

There are, however, practical things that pastors can do to revitalize their congregations and breathe new life into their people. Jesus established His church thousands of years ago, and He has no plans to give up on the church anytime soon. “If God can save any person, he can save any church.” (p. 1) This book is an intensely practical checklist for pastors who know that their congregation is in need of revitalization. The trend toward decline can be reversed, and this book intends to help pastors do just that.