The Strategically Small Church
Intimate, Nimble, Authentic, and Effective
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Our culture's infatuation with bigness--bigger cars, bigger houses, bigger businesses--has infiltrated the church. But smaller doesn't equal second-rate. Leadership Journal editor and former pastor Brandon O'Brien shows how small churches are uniquely equipped for success in today's culture.
- facilitate a higher level of commitment from laypeople
- focus attention on fewer programs, increasing effectiveness
- nurture close relationships across age and life-experience barriers
But perhaps most important, O'Brien asks churches to rethink what it means to be successful. Sometimes small is just right.