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Approximately 10,000 Boomers turn 65 every day. At some point, they will consider retirement. Mark and Thom looked at six reasons why leading a revitalizing church could be a good option in the retirement years.
1. Your experience is invaluable.
2. You could work part-time since many revitalizing churches can’t afford full-time pay.
3. You could go for a limited duration.
4. You could see the country (or world) in this ministry.
5. Your ministry is never over.
6. Your sixties and seventies can be your most productive decades.
- Retirement consultation with Art Rainer – contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Revitalize & Replant is sponsored by the North American Mission Board and ChurchReplanters.com. More than 10% of churches in North America are at risk of closing and the North American Mission Board is committed to reversing this trend by decreasing the death rate of existing churches while simultaneously increasing the birth rate of new churches. To learn more about what it means to become a replanting pastor or to explore resources for replanting and revitalization in your own church, visit ChurchReplanters.com.
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