Your church may be lagging in health because your members do not understand the Bible well. Sam and Thom explain why most church members need to grasp the Bible as a whole before they can understand its parts. The results could revolutionize your congregation.
- Bible reading is critical to the spiritual health of a Christian and the church.
- Most Christians do not read the Bible daily.
- Very few Christians have been taught to understand the Bible in its entirety.
- Your church’s small groups are a great place to teach the Bible as a whole.
- The pastor must be the leader of this emphasis.
Uncommon Influence: Saying Yes to a Purposeful Life by Tony Dungy and Lauren Dungy
In Uncommon Influence, Lauren and Tony Dungy share 11 ways to turn an ordinary life into an extraordinary life of influence for God.
They believe that everyone has influence, and everyone has something to give.
This book will inspire readers to think intentionally about the unique gifts and talents God has given them, and how they can use these gifts and talents to reach others and make a positive impact for God.
Young or old, with many or few resources, everyone can do something.
Lauren and Tony Dungy wrote Uncommon Influence in partnership with Tyndale House Publishers and Compassion International. Uncommon Influence is available now from your favorite bookseller. Visit EveryoneNeedsCompassion.com to learn more.
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