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  • Eric Hoey is the Director of Evangelism and Church Growth for the General Assembly Mission Council of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He hopes to build a culture of faith sharing among individuals in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) who have a passion for church growth. This blog considers what the gospel asks of the church in the 21st century.
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August 24, 2009

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Geoff McLean

Surely this is an oppertunity to show the face of the church to the world instead of the other end. Far too often we have looked at the roadblocks and given up. Instead this could be a time to show the very welcoming nature of the church. Bathrooms and front lawns are great places to show the love and care of Christ, perhaps even more so then the building we call the church.

adan.mairena@gmail.com

Ditto on the 1st comment. Bathrooms and lawnchairs...presence itself would be a statement. I'd do some kind of after-the-ironman event...entertainment, coffee-house w/ local muscians...something like that...I think I would work to get the church involved as a collaborator of such event...I'd work to be included as a participating organization.

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