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The Slow Fade (Chapter One)

The Slow Fade (Chapter One)

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Published by David C Cook
Releasing June 1, 2010

A discussion of the most overlooked and underdeveloped facet of the modern church, Slow Fade makes a compelling case for intergenerational relationships as the way to keep college-aged people engaged in faith.

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Releasing June 1, 2010

A discussion of the most overlooked and underdeveloped facet of the modern church, Slow Fade makes a compelling case for intergenerational relationships as the way to keep college-aged people engaged in faith.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkfP7HiONL4

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Published by: David C Cook on Apr 19, 2010
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“I love twentysomethings and I believe in twentysomethings, whichis why I love and believe in this book. We need to do everything within our power to reach the next generation. Tis book will helpyou do just that.”
Mark Batterson,
lead pastor of NationalCommunity Church and author of 
Primal 
“If I could, I would
 pay 
you to read this book. Te three voicesbehind
Te Slow Fade 
implore us to see the turbulent years facingour twentysomethings and to respond in our churches with anauthentic, highly relational ministry that keeps them connected to Jesus. Tese ‘gap years’ often result in a disconnect from the churchin the midst of questions, culture, pain, and disillusionment. Weneed to be there with them; this book tells us how.
Nancy Ortberg,
speaker and author of 
Unleashing the Power of Rubber Bands 
Te Slow Fade 
makes us slow down to reect on what we mustdo to prevent a slow death from the appalling blood-loss of collegestudents in the body of Christ.
Leonard Sweet,
Drew University, GeorgeFox Evangelical Seminary, sermons.com
 
“What Joiner, Smith, and Bomar so skillfully communicate in alittle less than two hundred pages will likely revolutionize the way you do ministry with college students and young adults. Both wellresearched and heartfelt,
Te Slow Fade 
will empower you and yourcommunity to make eective and lasting movements toward thevery people the church nds hardest to reach. And, perhaps best of all, you will discover how to do this regardless of how small yourbudget, your congregation, or your vision for how to reach eighteen-to thirty-year-olds.
 Jesse Rice,
author of 
Te Church of Facebook 
“College students make incredibly signicant decisions and ask profoundly impactful questions as they transition into adulthood; to walk alone is a recipe for disaster. If everyone followed the personaland practical solutions oered in
Te Slow Fade,
we would see adramatic change in the landscape of our churches.”
 Aaron Stern,
college pastor of theMILL at New Life Church

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