These books are recommended for pastors and boards
of Twin Cities churches, packed with facts and figures
Many observers and researchers at the national level believe that evangelicals are now only 7-9% of the U.S. population – Catholics and mainline falling even faster – as explained and documented in The Great Evangelical Recession.
This book gives reasons, analysis and recommendations.
See Briefing #9 for religious demographics about the United States in general and the Twin Cities in particular. Click for PDF excerpts from this book.
The number of 'Nones' – people who have no religious affiliation – are growing rapidly as church attendance is falling in the Twin Cities and throughout the country.
This book The Rise of the Nones explains why.
See Briefing #9 for religious demographics about the United States in and the Twin Cities. Click for PDF excerpts from this book.
The 'Dones' – also called church refugees– is a fast growing segment of the population. They are done with church but not with God.
This book Church Refugees explains why this group holds the greatest opportunity for stsrong and rapid church growth.
See Briefing #9 for demographic information about the Dones in the Twin Cities. Click for PDF excerpts from this book.
Other books now
Excerpts will be in Briefing #11 about millennial generation