Reach your community with insight, information, and inspiration from a seasoned expert. SDA researcher Monte Sahlin has been serving and studying community development, evangelistic outreach, and church building for over half a century. He’s worked as a director, board chairman, or strategic consultant with more than 100 community-based ministries, church plants, and nonprofit organizations.
With the Lifeworks of Monte Sahlin, part 1, you’ll be equipped to serve more effectively as you learn more about the attitudes, demographics, needs, and challenges of the people in your community. You’ll get a better grasp of SDA tradition with studies in Adventist history. You’ll find data on and analysis of race-relations issues, research on Sabbath school, pastor opinion polls, a survey of attitudes on Christian education, and demographics of young adults in the SDA church.
Find the tools to help you apply this knowledge practically through Sahlin’s clear guidance and resources. Gain insight into promoting church growth, conducting successful evangelism, and reaching new generations. Find resources for equipping lay people for ministry and responding to social issues in a relevant way.
Grow in ministry alongside Dr. Sahlin as he shares his wealth of experience and research. With over 50 documents in a variety of forms, this collection is a valuable asset to pastors, teachers, leaders, and laypeople who desire to serve more effectively.
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Monte Sahlin is currently chairman of the board for the Center for Creative Ministry, a research organization and research center for SDA pastors and their congregations. He is also a senior fellow at the Center for Metropolitan Ministry, based at Washington Adventist University, as well as an adjunct faculty member at the Campolo Graduate School at Eastern University in Philadelphia and the Doctor of Ministry program at Andrews University. He is an ordained pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, serving as a regional vice president as well as pastor of congregations in both major metropolitan areas and Appalachia. He’s been awarded an Outstanding Public Service Award by the US government. He has also written 21 books, over 100 research monographs, and many magazine articles.