Most church leadership books do little to completely to change your approach to ministry. Andy Stanleys Deep & Wide does just that. It will wreck the way you’ve always thought about “church”.
Andy Stanley has been in the trenches and knows what it looks like to build a church that is designed with the un-churched in mind.
He will show you how to cast a vision that your entire church will embrace. More than other books I’ve read on the subject, he will break this down and make it practical. Learn from his mistakes and capitalize on his successes. From beginning
to end, philosophy of ministry to the practical, Deep & Wide will challenge you to see your church through a brand new lens.
Stanley warns leaders, “Time in erodes awareness”. He challenges pastors to view their churches through the eyes of an un-churched person. He doesn’t stop there. He shows pastors how to implement change in a church steeped in tradition and how to transform a congregation from an “about us” to an about the un-churched.
This book makes practical all that you’ve wondered about how the mega church continues to thrive. It will open your eyes to the fact that this is doable in your community. Challenging pastors to bold thinking, leadership, and prayer, Stanley demonstrates how each leader and church can be Deep & Wide.