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Transforming Nominal Christians
Evaluate your church's focus on challenging and growing its congregants.
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Overview

You can find them in the Bible Belt. In survey results. Maybe even in your church. Nominal Christians are everywhere in our society. But rather than bemoaning the fact, we can seize the opportunity in front of us.

This 13-page pack of assessments can help your church make sure it's intentional in its efforts to impact and disciple every person in the pews. There are probably some who are much more Christian in their churchgoing than their hearts. Be glad, then, that you can still reach them, and make every effort to. In the included assessments, you'll explore the essence of spiritual maturity, the expectations you should communicate to members, the influence of church leaders, and more. NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Five Kinds of Christians
Use this assessment to determine what kinds of Christians are in your church.

Measuring What Matters
Use this assessment to determine if you are providing the best atmosphere for discipleship.

Create High Standards for Church Membership
Higher expectations result in greater growth.

Five Questions for Transformation (free sample)
Make sure your church is focused on making disciples.

No More Mr. Nice Group
How well do your small groups encourage transformation?

Encouraging Evangelism
Equip the church to share the faith.

The Way We Change
Foster a biblical attitude toward spiritual formation in your church.


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Cultivating Active Church Members
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Seven Ministry Mistakes
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Shaping Holy Disciples
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Topics:Accountability, Christian life, Discipleship, Growth, Membership, Transformation
Filters:Discipleship, Pastor, Shepherd, Small group leader
References:Philippians 2:12, Mark 8:34, Hebrews 10:24
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