Or are you in the process of reading it?
We’d love for you to help spread the word about the Slow Church conversation…
2) Does your church library have a copy of Slow Church? If not, buy a copy for the library. Or recommend it if the library has a budget for acquisitions.
3) Does your public library have a copy (or copies) of Slow Church? If not, recommend it to them. Many public libraries have a way (often online) for members to recommend books that they want to see in the library.
4) Get a group of people in your church together to read the book. Whether a small group or leadership team or some other group, Slow Church is a book intended for discussion. John has been working hard on a study guide, which should be released here on the blog next week.
5) Buy a copy of the book for the pastor(s) of your church. Or for other friends/family who are pastors.
6) Do you teach at a Christian college or seminary? Consider the book for use in a course. IVP has created a handy flyer for those considering using the book in a course.
7) Share a link to the Slow Church blog on social media. Or links to reviews of the book.
Here are some of my favorite reviews: [ Byron Borger ]
[ Internet Monk’s 5-part Conversation ]
[ Ellen Painter Dollar ] [ David Swartz ] [ April Yamasaki ]
Thanks for reading the book, blog and for helping us launch a conversation about Slow Church.
We are deeply grateful!