The new edition of What’s the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian? comes equipped with a comprehensive leader's guide for church leaders and members. The guide offers aids for worship and preaching, small group discussions, and planning and promotional aids, all for carrying out a seven-week, congregation-wide initiative that will add new energy to congregations and help them reach out to their community. You can view the leader's guide by clicking here.
Everything a pastor needs to plan, promote, and carry out the seven-week initiative is found in the guide.
How does it work?
Participating churches will:
- encourage their entire congregation to buy and read What’s the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian?,
- plan seven sermons, worship services, and Sunday school lessons around the content of the book (all provided for free in the leader’s guide), and
- use the book and the seven-week event to invite and welcome new and existing members to church.
Why should my church participate?
The seven-week campaign based on What’s the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian? meets seven needs of mainline and moderate evangelical clergy and their congregations, including the need to:
- energize their congregations,
- reach new people for their churches,
- make their churches more visible in the community,
- communicate attractively mainline and moderate evangelical faith,
- secure interesting and quality curriculum for their small groups,
- find usable worship and sermon ideas, and
- do all of the above for very little money.
Download this flyer to help organize reading groups for What's the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian?: Reading group flyer.
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