Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 4, 2006
Church Business Magazine and ChurchBus.com present the Church Bus Buyer's Guide eBook.
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Most pastors spent many years in school studying theology, Biblical literature, counseling and a number of other topics that equipped them to be effective ministers of the Gospel -- but very few are equipped to make an informed decision about their congregation's transportation needs.
Our Church Bus Buyer's Guide -- a free eBook sponsored by ChurchBus.com and Church Business Magazine, -- offers simple tips for choosing the right vehicle. A bus vs. van side-by-side comparison weighs the advantages of one type of vehicle over the other.
There is also a showcase of vehicles that meet a church's unique needs, and compelling reasons to ditch your van and get a bus instead (and, of course, advice about what to do with that van once you've made the decision).
Plus, we've thrown in a Q&A session of the most-asked questions by first-time bus buyers.
To download your free copy today, visit:
The Church Business eBook series has now expanded to include more free eBooks relevant to the Church Business.
Visit http://www.ChurchBusiness.com for eBooks focusing on staff management, audiovisual issues, and the first-ever Church Design eBook highlighting how leaders of churches of all sizes and denominations across the country turned their architectural dreams into reality.
As a Christian-owned business and the largest volume dealer of buses in the country, Midwest Transit Equipment and ChurchBus.com are committed to providing safe, comfortable, dependable and affordable transportation equipment for churches. As ChurchBus.com experts point out, many pastors and church leaders are unaware that the National Transportation Safety Board has declared 15-passenger vehicles extremely dangerous. In the past 10 years, many people have been killed -- and many more injured -- as result of roll-over accidents while traveling in one of these non-compliant vehicles, many of them owned by churches. ChurchBus.com professionals view remedying this issue as a ministry, offering buses at prices nearly every church can afford.
Visit the Web site at http://www.ChurchBus.com.
ABOUT CHURCH BUSINESS MAGAZINE
Church Business Magazine has been published monthly since 1996, making it one of the longest-standing, most respected journals in the marketplace among mid-size and large-church pastors and business administrators. Earlier this year, Church Business was the first (and only) magazine in the industry to debut free, downloadable eBooks on its website. CB's eBook Series tackles the issues of church staff management, church finance, audiovisual challenges unique to worship environments, and much more -- and its eBook line is ever-expanding with new releases.