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-by Sam Rainer
Leading the next generation requires an attitude of indebtedness to the followers—leaders don’t exist without followers. So let me share with you a few critical issues from the perspective of these young adult followers.
By Bret Robbe
Open Group Adult Sunday School Class Model
How Jesus Made Disciples
How Can Jesus’ Church Make Disciples?
By Dr. Bill Craig
Reclaiming a Generation of Dropouts
By Thom S. Rainer and Sam S. Rainer III
Free Sunday School Downloads. Find a wealth of planning, preparation, implementation, and training resources for adult, preschool, childhood, and student Sunday School ministry.
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GI Generation (1901-1924)
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Stories For Life: Jesus' Parables of the Kingdom in Matthew
DEVELOPING FULLY ENGAGED MEMBERSKen MarlerLifeWay Christian ResourcesConsultantChurch and Network PartnershipsKen.Marler@lifeway.comAll quotes are from: Growing an Engaged Church by Albert WinesmanIf you cant measure it you cant manage itWhere have we been?Where are we now?Where does God want us to be?Reaching More tha
The Younger Unchurched and the Churches That Reach Them
By Ed Stetzer
What Are We Supposed to Be Doing?
How Are We Doing?
The State of the American Church
Insights for Healthy Models of Reaching Young Adults
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