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Here's God's Plan on How to Grow Your Church Effectively

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When we say "God's plan on growing your church effectively," we mean church growth that pleases God because it goes according to his Word. There are 101 ways to grow a church and even turn it into a mega church.

Question is, is it done the same way Jesus and the apostles in Acts did church in Scriptures? If not, then it cannot please God, no matter if it has millions of members and income. Only Jesus and his ways can please God.

For on (Jesus) God the Father has placed his seal of approval. [John 6.27]

So, here are tips on how to make your church pleasing to God so He'd grow it:

1. Be a church deep and rooted in God's Word. And I don't mean do a lot of bible studies or that members should go to seminary or bible school. Be deep and rooted in the spoken Word of God in the bible.

Man does not live on bread alone but on every word that comes out from the mouth (spoken) of God. [Matthew 4]

2. Trash church activities that are purely gimmick (activities Jesus and the Acts apostles never did). They look good but actually only lure church people away from things that really count to God, like being deep in the Word and the Holy Spirit and sharing the Gospel to non-believers.

3. Keep things simple. Focus on having the LIFE, character, power and ministry of Jesus Christ, no more no less.

The e-book, "Leaving the Land of Slavery" (188 pages) discusses a lot on the basic spiritual principles that help a church get out of a spiritually dying condition. 

The e-book helps you:
  • Diagnose your true spiritual health condition. 
  • Identify the real causes of a dying church.
  • Identify how Satan can gain access and actually work inside the church.
  • How church work can sometimes actually go against God's Will.
  • How church can sometimes help Satan go against God's plans without knowing it.
  • See powerful principles that can remedy all the church problems above.
  • See how your church can be part of Jesus' glorious church (without spot or wrinkle or any blemish) in these last days.
Visit this link to buy (only P300) and get your PDF download copy. After paying, Paypal will take you to an Expert Builder page where you click on the link to download your copy.

And after my skin has been destroyed, yet in my flesh I will see God; I myself will see him with my own eyes—I, and not another. How my heart yearns within me! [Job 19,26-17]

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