Thursday, May 5, 2016

Tribal Church by Steve Stroope

Tribe seems to be the new catchphrase around here. "What tribe do you belong to?" It refers to the cluster of people you generally gravitate toward.

Tribes are found in the workplace, school (we used to call them cliques), families, and church.

Steve Stroope uses this tribe mentality to address how to gain better results while hitting back at one church's experience.

Stroope uses the family tribe image quite often and for good reason, I think. This is the one tribe that seems to be fraying at the seams. God intended the family to be the go-to force. If the family tribe is rendered useless, then you can just wait and watch the other tribes crumble around it.

This is also a book of encouragement for those looking away from the mega-church formula. The repeated theme is you don't have to be big to have a big impact.

This was a great book to read and think over.

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by B&H Books.

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