Igniting the Signal Fire for the Spiritually Dissatisfied
By Roy Moron
The author shares a history of the church growth and many things that have affected this growth. He shares many things that are going on in churches today and ideas on how some are good and some are bad. He offers suggestions to change many, by using scripture verses and his experience of church planting. Many of the ideas maybe considered controversial by some, but should be looked at with a open mind. Good or bad, the ideas are not suggested to make them right or the only way to change. He offers them as an option, even though he may thing they are the right way, he knows that all situations are different and only is suggesting an alternate way to handle these problems.
In my opinion, there is a lot of information offered and I know that situations are different in each church, but I think this book has some ideas that are worth examination and considering improving our churches. They are presented in a factual way and are easy to understand the point being shared. You may find, as you read, agreeing and even getting upset at his suggests because of your beliefs and what you have been taught about the church. Keep an open mind and try to understand the author’s explanations of why changes need take place for the growth of the church.
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