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Church Next: Quantum Changes in Christian Ministry (edition 2001)

by Eddie Gibbs (Author)

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A 2001 Christianity Today Book of the Year!What will the church be next?CHANGE IS NOW. Competition from nontraditional and Eastern religions join with the pressures of both modernism and postmodernism to squeeze Christianity.While new church models have sprung up to meet these challenges, they each have strengths and limitations. Eddie Gibbs, a well-known church strategist and practitioner, candidly analyzes these models while proposing nine areas in which the church will need to transform to be biblically true to its message and its mission to the world.With vigor and insight Gibbs shows how we can movefrom living in the past to engaging the presentfrom being market driven to being mission orientedfrom following celebrities to encountering saintsfrom holding dead orthodoxy to nurturing living faithfrom attracting a crowd to seeking the lostHere is a book that brings together deep understanding of the quantum shifts taking place in our culture along with concrete suggestions for implementing a proactive mission strategy.… (more)
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Title:Church Next: Quantum Changes in Christian Ministry
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Info:Inter-Varsity Press (2001), 260 pages
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Is it time that we seek the lost?
  kijabi1 | Dec 27, 2011 |
This book is about taking a great leap by allowing larger Christian groups to become smaller and therefore the hurch becomes more effective. The church must become missional
  lschmitt | Oct 17, 2008 |
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A 2001 Christianity Today Book of the Year!What will the church be next?CHANGE IS NOW. Competition from nontraditional and Eastern religions join with the pressures of both modernism and postmodernism to squeeze Christianity.While new church models have sprung up to meet these challenges, they each have strengths and limitations. Eddie Gibbs, a well-known church strategist and practitioner, candidly analyzes these models while proposing nine areas in which the church will need to transform to be biblically true to its message and its mission to the world.With vigor and insight Gibbs shows how we can movefrom living in the past to engaging the presentfrom being market driven to being mission orientedfrom following celebrities to encountering saintsfrom holding dead orthodoxy to nurturing living faithfrom attracting a crowd to seeking the lostHere is a book that brings together deep understanding of the quantum shifts taking place in our culture along with concrete suggestions for implementing a proactive mission strategy.

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