The single fastest growing religious group of our time is those who check the box next to the word none on national surveys. In America, this is 20 percent of the population. Exactly who are the unaffiliated? What caused this seismic shift in our culture? Are our churches poised to reach these people? James Emery White lends his prophetic voice to one of the most important conversations the church needs to be having today. He calls churches to examine their current methods of evangelism, which often result only in transfer growth--Christians moving from one church to another--rather than in reaching the qnones.q The pastor of a megachurch that is currently experiencing 70 percent of its growth from the unchurched, White knows how to reach this growing demographic, and here he shares his ministry strategies with concerned pastors and church leaders.Apaperby aUniversity of California at Merced graduate student revealedmany ofWikipediaa#39;s flaws, including often ... Colbert notes that with Wikipedia, any user canlogon and make a change on anyentry, and if enoughusersagree, it becomes true. ... the Atlantic, aIfthe community changes itsmind and decidesthattwo plus two equalsfive, then twoplustwodoesequal five. ... Talladega Nights during a prayer before family dinner led by racecar driver Ricky Bobby (played by Will Ferrell), whoanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rise of the Nones|
|Author||:||James Emery White|
|Publisher||:||Baker Books - 2014-04-29|