52 Churches Books 1 – 4: Discover How to Make Church Matter

52 Churches Books 1 – 4: Discover How to Make Church Matter

Visit fifty-two churches in a year? No way!

52 Churches, Books 1 - 4: Discover How to Make Church Matter

Peter DeHaan and his wife did just that. They spent a year visiting a different Christian church every Sunday: Protestant mainline, evangelical, and charismatic; Roman Catholic too.

He visited a congregation just like yours. Count on it.

You’ll laugh. You’ll cringe. You’ll cry.

Church-reform proponent and Bible scholar, Peter DeHaan, PhD is a strong advocate of forming meaningful Christian community. And he shares his discerning journey of discovery to inspire ministers, members, and attendees to build personal connections that matter.

This isn’t a church-shopping romp or a mean-spirited critique. Peter doesn’t rip at today’s church. Instead he offers a gift of encouragement, hope, and insight to all of Jesus’s followers. Plus, he shares astute observations and makes spot-on suggestions.

Then build on the narrative of 52 Churches with the thought-provoking follow up: The 52 Churches Workbook. In it, consider 200 challenging questions to grow your faith. Ideal for group discussion or individual introspection.

But that’s not all. Read additional church encounters in book 3, More Than 52 Churches. Followed by The More Than 52 Churches Workbook. More experiences and more reflective considerations.

Read the 52 Churches series box set for education, read it for entertainment, and read it for the vision gained only from visiting a diverse array of churches.

The 52 Churches series books are ideal for ministry leaders, members, and spiritual seekers.

Get your copy of 52 Churches Books 1 – 4, to begin your own exploration of religious practices!

Peter DeHaan writes about biblical spirituality to confront status quo religion and live a life that matters. He seeks a fresh approach to following Jesus through the lens of Scripture, without the baggage of made-up traditions and meaningless practices. Read more in his books, blog, and weekly email updates.

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