McIntosh, The Exodus Principle


Gary L. McIntosh, The Exodus Principle: A 5-Part Strategy to Free Your People For Ministry. Broadman and Holman, 2000.

Referenced in: Ministry Involvement and Gift-Based Ministry Summary

In this volume, popular author and consultant Gary McIntosh presents a five-fold strategy that takes the church through designing, preparing, communicating, practicing, and equipping a “culture of service” within the church. Through this process, Dr. McIntosh shows how to “let the people go” into ministry.

From the Publisher

Developing a “culture of service” empowers the people in any church to minister to the church’s two key “customer groups” - the people already there, and guests. The message of Exodus Principle is that serving both groups well is critical to health.

About the Author

Gary L. McIntosh is president of the Church Growth Network and professor of Christian ministry and leadership at Talbot School of Theology. He leads seminars and has written several books, including Biblical Church Growth and Beyond the First Visit.

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