Books Kyle has written or co-written

They Devoted Themselves

Is there a secret to ministry effectiveness?

You have probably been there: you open up your email and are bombarded with a half-dozen emails inviting you to check out the latest and greatest ministry strategies: “10 ways to grow your church,” or “Seven ways to maximize your ministry effectiveness.” At times, all the new strategies can become overwhelming.

But what if the key to faithful ministry is not found in a new strategy, but instead a very old one? What if the key to ministry effectiveness is not found in cracking a secret ministry code, but in doing what local churches have done for the past 2,000 years? What if the secret really is not a secret at all?

In They Devoted Themselves, Kyle Bueermann explores Acts 2:42-47, and examines six key elements that led the gospel to expand from 120 people gathered in a room in Jerusalem to tens of thousands of believers scattered throughout the known world over the course of 30 years.

The People Walking in Darkness

Co-written with Matt Henslee

Before we deck the halls, wrap the Christmas gifts, and prepare for "the most wonderful time of the year," let's take a moment to reflect on the gift of Jesus. Walking through Isaiah 9:2-7, we'll see a promise made, a promise kept, and a promise still to come...this is the most wonderful time of the year because of the Wonderful Counselor who came, and will come again.

Replanting Rural Churches

Co-written with Matt Henslee

God has plans for Nowhere, USA.

You might be surprised to learn that God has great plans for Nowhere, USA; population you, your family, a few people, and scores of cattle. As you surrender to Him, remain faithful to proclaim His Word, and maintain earnest prayer on your church’s behalf, you can play a pivotal role in advancing the Kingdom.

Maybe you have just been called to a town like that, maybe you are still wondering where you will serve, or maybe, just maybe you want to step out of your comfort zone and into the long-forgotten communities of rural America. If that’s you, this book is for you.