Let’s Get Together and Collaborate!


So, I’m sure you’ve heard by now of this really cool book that’s a #1 seller at Amazon.com. It’s has 35 amazing authors who have contributed to it. It’s all about connecting family and church. It’s the brand new book Collaborate.

First, let me admit that, yes I am one of those people who contributed to the book, but that’s not the only reason I like it. I like it because it deals with one hugely important topic right now and 35 people speak to it in just one book. If you’ve ever wanted to know what, where, how and why family ministry is important this is your book!

It literally gives you everything. Maybe you’re one who is new to the scene and you’re not sure what all the hubbub is about “family ministry”—this book explains what it is and why you should be thinking about it. Perhaps you’ve been in the game for a while, but you’re unsure how to begin connecting family and church—Collaborate gives you practical steps for doing so. If you’ve been doing family ministry for sometime—Collaborate reinforces what you’re doing and is a great tool to refresh yourself.

I love that there’s no one way to do it. One chapter will give his way; the next will give her way. There’s something in Collaborate for everyone no matter your personal or denominational viewpoints. I would encourage you to not only purchase one copy, but purchase a copy for all the key players on your team to start discussion on how you can better connect family and church.

Visit these links for more information:
Minister’s Label: http://www.ministerslabel.com
Amazon Link: http://www.collaboratebook.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CollaborateBook
Twitter: http://twitter.com/CollaborateBook

I’ll pick out a couple chapters to write about later this week, until then whip out your VISA and stimulate the economy baby!

PJ

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  1. Loved the book, and particularly loved what you shared about your All Stars Leadership Program! We have been talking for the last month about developing an opportunity for kids to serve who are spiritually maturing to that place, but how to involve the parents, and the structure to build it around has just eluded us. What a great program you have! And what great inspiration it gave me as we look to offer these opportunities to our families! Thanks, again!!

  2. Thanks for contributing to the book as well as being part of the book blog tour! I love that the book is great for people in all stages of ministry. There truly is something in there for everyone!

  3. Loved your chapter all your “All Stars” program! Got my wheels turning on how to apply something similar in our children’s ministry!
    Thanks Justyn!

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