The Book, Website, & A Sneak Peek
Not Like Me: a Field Guide for Influencing a Diverse World helps people of faith effectively love, serve, and reach people overlooked by the church. One of the new features includes a brief article after each chapter with practical ways to apply the principles presented in that chapter. The contributors include: Ed Stetzer, Amena Brown, Margaret Feinberg, Kevin Harney, Dr. Gerardo Marti, Kim Martinez, Lon Wong, Mark DeYmaz, Princess Zulu, Dan Kimball, and Erwin McManus (foreword).
www.NotLikeMe.org includes insights and articles with practical ways to love, serve, and influence those with whom we might differ or disagree. To submit a 300-700 word article based on one of the chapters in Not Like Me, email Eric at email@example.com.
www.NotLikeMe.org also includes short films, small group materials, sermon transcripts, assessments, and other resources for a sermon series and your small groups. To submit resources to be considered, email Eric at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introduction – The Art of Woo: Overcoming the Christian Stereotype
Chapter 3 – Peppermint-Filled Pinatas: Partying to Expand Your Influence (from the original version)
Chapter 9 – “Lots of Sex in the City: Engaging Others in a Post-Sexual Revolution World” Field Notes by Ed Stetzer
Chapter 10 – The Mosque Next Door: Building Relationships with the Religious (audio version)