The Most Loving Place in Town

The Most Loving Place in Town

A Modern-day Parable for the Church

Book - 2008
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A moving story, told in Ken Blanchard's appealing parable style, of how a local church can be either a blessing or a curse to their community.

The Most Loving Place in Town is the story of two men, a disillusioned church elder and a gifted young pastor, who recognize that their church has lost sight of its number one priority: loving God and each other. They begin a search, independently at first, to recapture their lost love and then together lead their fellowship in a successful discovery of the secret to becoming a beacon of love in their community. By the end of the story you clearly see and understand why this secret, so simple yet so profound, is vital and how to apply it to your own life and the life of your church.

Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Thomas Nelson, [2008]
Copyright Date: �2008
ISBN: 9780785228936
0785228934
Characteristics: xii, 184 pages ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Hodges, Phil

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