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No Man Left Behind: How to Build and Sustain a Thriving, Disciple-Making… (edition 2006)

by Patrick Morley

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You've got men, you've got a church. Add a testimony, some pancakes, a prayer, and--poof!--a men's ministry. Right? Making disciples of men--getting them to walk with Christ, live like Christ, and work for Christ--is hard. If you've been struggling to get traction with men, this revised and updated edition of No Man Left Behind can revolutionize your efforts. Drawing upon thirty years of research and work with more than 2,500 churches, the authors offer a proven strategy that will help you disciple every man in your church. No Man Left Behind is the blueprint for growing a thriving men's ministry that has the power to rebuild the church as we know it, pulling men off the couch and into active involvement as part of the body of Christ. Find out how to: Shift your paradigm from a men's ministry to a ministry to all your men Identify the unwritten "man code" that your church conveys to every guy who walks in the door Develop a concrete, seamless process to help men who don't know Christ become passionate disciples You can reach men. You can help them grow closer to Christ. This book will show you how.… (more)
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Title:No Man Left Behind: How to Build and Sustain a Thriving, Disciple-Making Ministry for Every Man in Your Church
Authors:Patrick Morley
Info:Moody Publishers (2006), Hardcover, 224 pages
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You've got men, you've got a church. Add a testimony, some pancakes, a prayer, and--poof!--a men's ministry. Right? Making disciples of men--getting them to walk with Christ, live like Christ, and work for Christ--is hard. If you've been struggling to get traction with men, this revised and updated edition of No Man Left Behind can revolutionize your efforts. Drawing upon thirty years of research and work with more than 2,500 churches, the authors offer a proven strategy that will help you disciple every man in your church. No Man Left Behind is the blueprint for growing a thriving men's ministry that has the power to rebuild the church as we know it, pulling men off the couch and into active involvement as part of the body of Christ. Find out how to: Shift your paradigm from a men's ministry to a ministry to all your men Identify the unwritten "man code" that your church conveys to every guy who walks in the door Develop a concrete, seamless process to help men who don't know Christ become passionate disciples You can reach men. You can help them grow closer to Christ. This book will show you how.

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