This edited book—the eight contributors of which are church planters, seminary faculty, and network leaders—seeks to give church planters and their teams tools to be theologically reflective, spiritually grounded, and missionally agile.
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The book is written as a result of the author’s blogs, webinars, and church consultations with “tens of thousands of church leaders through the pandemic” (page 4), along with his coaching many leaders directly and speaking or writing to nearly a million others. It focuses on the following six challenges to the post-quarantine church: (1) gather differently and better; (2) seize opportunity to reach the digital world; (3) reconnect with community near the church; (4) take prayer to a new level; (5) rethink facilities for emerging opportunities; and (6) make lasting changes that make a difference. The intent of the book is to help pastors and church leaders prepare themselves for the post-quarantine era.
The book is written by three generations of pastors, preachers, and leaders who seek to answers these questions: “Why are young adults, the most diverse in America, so difficult to reach by the traditional mainline church?
This compiled and edited volume centers around Matthew 24:14, which serves as the basis for the title of the book.
This book records, in an engaging autobiographical style, the fascinating journey the Bowmans have taken with the sole purpose of discipling believers in grassroots oral cultures and contexts.
The primary objective of Serving God in a Migrant Crisis is to address the problematic ‘disembodying’ of displaced peoples—an attitude carried too often by Western Christians …
This book begins with the research question of whether ex-Muslim Christians (CMBs) engage in theology making. How do converts and their communities become makers of theology?
… one should instead speak of plurality—an acknowledgment that human societies have always contained multiple religious systems that remain clearly distinct from each other.
Scattered and Gathered is a much-needed contribution for those seeking to frame liberal arts and theological education in the context of an ever-changing diaspora society and a great resource for churches seeking to address the needs of the diaspora among them.
How are people coming to faith in Christ today? And are they attending a church and staying at that church? Gary McIntosh surveyed over one thousand new believers in twenty-seven denominations across forty-three states in order to find answers to these questions.