Unusual Outreach Efforts Top May’s ‘Most-Read’ List

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CHICAGO, IL (June 3, 2009) – Stories about unconventional means that churches use to communicate the gospel were among the most-read online news stories in May.

Congregations gave up regular worship services to do projects in the community, conducted a funeral for a man most had never met, and risked moving from property on which their church buildings had stood for roughly 130 years in order to be more missional. Click the links to read the articles.

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