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Apostles and the Emerging Apostolic Movement

by David Cannistraci

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0830723382, Paperback)

Did the spiritual office of apostle cease with the early Church? What does the Bible say about the continuation of this little understood but fascinating gift? Dr. David Cannistraci has produced the first definitive book on the subject of modern-day apostles-those gifted especially to plant, nurture and mobilize groups of churches in Christ-directed networks of Kingdom ministry. Apostles and the Emerging Apostolic Movement provides a carefully constructed and thorough biblical rationale for the continuing presence of this office today. God is not only raising up apostles, but a movement of ordinary people who are apostolic-Christians who are dynamically involved in active, bold ministry that focuses on the planting and nurturing of churches and productive ministry.

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