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An Unstoppable Force: Daring to Become the Church God Had in Mind

by Erwin Raphael McManus

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This book examines the current state of the church and sugest how church can be a force to be unstoppable. It examines 1) the frictions within the church, 2) the ethos or charachter of the church...what it should be, and 3) what is the heart of a leader. This book is for leaders who want the church to be an unstoppable force.
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Surprising. Risky. Daring to change the world. Church {just got really interesting!} In An Unstoppable Force, author Erwin McManus offers a vision of the church taking its rightful place. An unstoppable force created to change the world. A church that is active and engaged with its community. A church that dares to cut itself free from atrophied practices and programs to flourish in creative and compelling worship. Where teachers of the Word risk reaching out to our multi-sensory, multi-layered culture with music, the arts and other unique expressions of love and faith. A church that prospers in the life of Christ. New life comes into a church-an apostolic ethos-when it realizes its destiny is found in its early church origins. A living part of the body of Christ. Driven to find its uniqueness beyond being a cookie cutter copy of the "successful church." An Unstoppable Force will *Challenge you to see God's vision for the mission and purpose of the church. *Help you to explore specific changes in the culture that call for immediate change in the church. *Offer practical ways for your church to find its unique voice and identity to express Christ's love and faith to your culture. *Present interactive questions in each chapter to foster discussion about the life of your church, its focus on Christ, and how it can be a richer influence on your culture. Never settle for church as usual again! Let An Unstoppable Force excite and inspire you to be part of the Church that God had in mind!
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An Unstoppable Force will excite and inspire readers about being part of the Church that God had in mind! A "force" created to change the world. A Church that is engaged with its community, daring to cut itself free from atrophied practices and programs to flourish in creative and compelling worship. A Church that risks reaching out to our jaded culture with "outside the box" expressions of faith and love.

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As the world around us changes at record-speed, An Unstoppable Force imagines a church that embraces change by remaining fully committed to its apostolic calling. Church leaders will discover new ways of engaging communities through vibrant, relevant ministries and clear, innovative communication. An Unstoppable Force challenges churches to cast aside methods that are broken or atrophied and embrace the future of the Church with vigor. McManus's prophetic voice outlines a church that is not a refuge from the world, but a refuge to the world. Christians on the forefront of the church movement must be ready to let go of the past and move forward.… (more)

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