The brand new Care Revolution book,
by Dr. John W. Bosman.
Most churches do not
for the most part
they only provide
This means, whenever some crises looms up, such as death, serious illness, marriage problems, financial crisis, etc., help is readily available, but what about the other 95% of people? The lack of community is the reason why so many people leave a church in search of a place where they can feel valued.
People are not
for a friendly church;
it's friends they are after.
In the Care Ministry model the pastors continue to provide the crisis care, while the members are equipped to provide ongoing congregational care. This provides people with a sense of belonging, which results in significantly closing a church’s proverbial back door.
CMNi focuses on developing a partnership between pastors and church members to establish a network of congregational care that ensures that all of the church members receive equal care.
And if one member suffers, all the members suffer with it;
or if one member is honored, all the members rejoice with it.
1 Corinthians 12:26 (NKJV)
A healthy church, where needs are met, and hurts are healed, is the only way a church can be healthy and thereby able to reach out to a hurting world.
If you don’t have a healthy in-reach, your church will never have an effective outreach.
AT THIS POINT . . . churches all across America, and other countries of the world, are implementing this concept with incredible results.
“There is no other known ministry
that gets as many people as involved,
and as quickly as the Care Ministry Network.”
THE LOVE OF GOD
HAS TO FLOW DOWN
THE AISLES OF OUR CHURCHES
BEFORE IT WILL FLOW
DOWN THE STREETS
OF OUR CITIES
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