Last year, I read a good book from the same publishers about preparing for Christmas, and Super Sunday is an even better book.
This was not only a really practical and helpful book, but also, very inspirational. In fact, the last section of the book, dedicated to helping church creatives/techs remain balanced spiritually while rushing around like crazy to help others enter into the presence of God. On practical tip that I found particularly helpful was the idea of doing a pre-Easter training session for all church volunteers. As I saw this, I wrote it down and subsequently passed it on to my lead pastor who liked the idea and gave it a green light. Of course, beyond the practical tips actually listed in the book, the material prompted me to think and develop some of my own thoughts and plans for Easter. In case you’re wondering, provoking thought is the mark of a good book.
Nothing. Seriously, I’m not usually one for this type of reading, but I enjoyed it and got a lot out of it.
Easter Sunday truly can be super and with a month to go, you still have time to make it so. Pick up a copy of Super Sunday from the link at the bottom, and you’ll be well on your way.
– Readability (5.0)
– Breadth/Depth of Content (5.0)
– Helpfulness (5.0)
Recommended? – Definitely, for both the practical and spiritual tips.
Super Sunday is edited by Kevin D. Hendricks & Elizabyth Ladwig
You can buy it wherever square-shaped books are sold and at Amazon.
A copy of this book was provided for free in exchange for an honest review purposes by the publisher.