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Sunday, August 21, 2005 

Free Mini-Church Growth Seminar

If anyone is under pressure to quickly grow their church to astronomical attendance numbers, or just feels that the local zieitgeist is far too quickly passing them by, the obvious, only solution is to get educated in the new science of "churchgrowthology."

But if the latest courses at the hippest propaga- I mean, educational centers are either too far away (we're not all in South Cali, Rick) or too expensive (not everyone can afford Willow Creek pricing) or you just don't think you have enough purpose or Jabez's in your church... never fear. What the Thunder Said... is here for you.

Now, for a limited time offer, an absolutely free course that is guaranteed to grow your church is being offered online for free (of course, you could make any extra "love donations" out to the web site. And you don't have to only do that for this offer!). Simply click on this link, and enjoy!

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Thanks for sharing that. It was fun reading it. :-)

That is great to hear, thank you for reading!

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