The Issachar Factor
Understanding Trends That Confront Your Church and Designing a Strategy for Success

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When the future King David was running from Saul, God sent hundreds of thousands of men to help him. All of the men were chosen for battle for a reason. Some for their fighting ability. Others for their expertise with special weapons. And still others were chosen for their character, courage or loyalty. But perhaps the most important men in the entire army were the 200 "men of Issachar." They were the strategists who developed the master plan of battle. And they were chosen for their insight and foresight--their ability to look beyond the details of day-to-day life, discern the underlying issues, and chart an accurate course into the future.

That's the Issachar factor--the ability to understand the times and know what to do. That ability - or the lack of it - will determine your church's future. With it, the future holds the promise of vibrant growth and effective service. Without it, the future leads to stagnation and decline.

Glen Martin and Gary McIntosh show you how to incorporate the Issachar factor into your thinking - and secure the future of your ministry - by giving you both insight into the changes in modern society and practical ideas you can use to make your ministry more effective.

Few books have been so right for the times, so relevant to today's churches, or so vital to the future of your church.

About the Authors

Dr. Glen Martin is senior pastor of Community Baptist Church in Manhattan Beach, California, and adjunct professor at Talbot School of Theology. He is an active seminar leader and consultant on leadership, small groups, evangelism and assimilation.

Dr. Gary McIntosh is director of the Doctor of Ministry Program and associate professor of Practical Theology at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California. He is a nationally known seminar leader and an experience church consultant who has analyzed more than 500 churchs from 52 denominations throughout the United State and Canada.