Church Planting in the African-American Context
One in every six churches in the United States is African-American. So, given the church's central role in the black community, why is the number of unchurched African-Americans increasing? How can you plant a church that proclaims with power and relevance the unchanging gospel to our changing African-American culture? Drawing from his wealth of experience, Hozell Francis gives you both the theory and practice for raising up a church in today's black community. You'll find out how to: - Shape a vision to guide your church - Form plans to realize your vision - Cultivate strong community ties - Develop an effective core of leaders - Impact families with the Gospel. - Transcend cultural dividing lines.
Specifications of Church Planting in the African-American Context
|Author||Hozell C. Francis|
|Number Of Pages||128|
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