Because Your Life Would Be Better If You Did
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"This book calls people to quit--to give up, to surrender, to let go of the actions, attitudes, and approaches that have held them back--and to start experiencing all God has for their life and for the life of their church. Get your church to read it, and raise up a tribe of quitters."--Mark Batterson, New York Times bestselling author of The Circle Maker; lead pastor, National Community Church
Let's face it. Church isn't working. How many of us are actually living the abundant life Jesus promised? How many of our churches are thriving? How many of us are experiencing God's blessings? Maybe it's time to call it quits.
Quit church? Well, not exactly.
Drawing from his experience coaching hundreds of churches toward true growth, Chris Sonksen calls on us to quit our casual, cultural commitment to church as we know it. No more half-hearted attempts to win the favor of God and other people by doing the right thing. No more doing things out of a sense of duty. Instead, Sonksen reveals the spiritual habits that release the blessings of God, both on each individual and on the church. He explains why we struggle to put these practices into action and gives practical solutions to move us forward into health, growth, and maturity.
"Every now and again a book comes along that has the potential to revolutionize your life and the life of your church. Quit Church is one of those books."--Jamie Stahler, vice president, Outreach, Inc.
"I know this book will be a great win for leaders in all walks of life. Get it: get it to your team, get it to your family, and watch what God does through it."--Dino Rizzo, executive director, Association of Related Churches
Chris Sonksen is the author of When Your Church Feels Stuck, the founding and lead pastor of South Hills Church, and the founder of Church BOOM, an organization that has provided personal coaching to more than one thousand churches and impacted thousands of leaders. Chris and his wife, Laura, have two children and live in Southern California.
Chris Sonksen, Author
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