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A Generous Community

Author : C. Andrew Doyle
ISBN : 9780819232311
Genre : Religion
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How can the church adapt to a constantly changing world? An Episcopal bishop issues a bold call to action. In order to be vital, the church must be dynamic. In A Generous Community, Bishop C. Andrew Doyle calls on parishioners, congregations, and all people of faith to ask themselves: How should the church change? Meaning, how will we change it? In a modern world that is volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous, how can the church make a difference? Bishop Doyle asks the important questions to start the conversation. We really cocreate our church, so perhaps the first and most important question is: What kind of church do we want? Bishop Doyle challenges us to follow the example of Jesus and create a ministry that is out and among people, a generous community that invites, welcomes, and connects with others. If we can envision it, we can bring it into reality.

Post Traumatic God

Author : David W. Peters
ISBN : 9780819233035
Genre : Religion
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Find a way back to a God that can be trusted, loved, and worshipped after a traumatic event.

Small Batch

Author : C. Andrew Doyle
ISBN : 9781524500146
Genre : Religion
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Small Batch explores the emerging denominational movement into planting missional communities. As the church finds its way into the new millennium, it is faced with the need to think of its mission as an ancient future Christian community. Theology to practical guide, stories from the front and communities to discover, books to read, and small group study questions make Small Batch a handbook for individuals interested in the growing movement of planting new Christian communities. Through the movement of the spirit and shared common life and staying deeply rooted in the ancient practices of Christian community, the denominational church is being reborn in a new mission context. Small batch communities are popping up across the country with a new mission fervor. They are locally focused. They are organic and deeply rooted in the community and derive their strength from the care they give to local concerns. They are sustainable because they begin to find new economies that support the work. Bishop Doyle explores the sending churches that are planting greenfield ministries and multiplying churches who are spinning off new contextually oriented mission communities. What we discover in Small Batch is that the gospel will not be deterred by size or economic realities, and we are even now able to see the future shape of very diverse Christian mission.

Missionary Notices Continued As The Wesleyan Missionary Notices

Author : Wesleyan Methodist missionary society
ISBN : OXFORD:555007344
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The Pope Speaks

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025725925
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Includes recent papal letters, addresses and other major Church documents.

Gregarious Saints

Author : Lawrence J. Friedman
ISBN : 9780521244299
Genre : History
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Professor Friedman studies the abolition movement through individuals and groups in the USA.

The Panoplist And Missionary Magazine United

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ISBN : SRLF:A0005498241
Genre : Congregational churches
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Origins

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R C Das Evangelical Prophet For Contextual Christianity

Author : Herbert L. Richard
ISBN : 8172142358
Genre : Christianity
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Life and work of R.C. (Rajendra Chandra) Das, 1887-1976, Indian evangelist, and founder of the Khristapanthi Ashram, Varanasi.

Man On The Move

Author : Peter Rowlands
ISBN : 1440159564
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Pete Friesen trusted his intuition and employed his skills to create a lifetime filled with extraordinary achievements. Born in post-revolutionary Russia and raised on the Canadian prairie during the Great Depression, Friesen overcame challenging odds and found his way to the pinnacle of engineering success in the United States. As noted by Peter Rowlands, who was involved in production of Friesens bio-documentary Pete: Moving Man Made Mountains, Pete Friesen considered life on earth to be an adventure where every challenge and every failure was a learning experience. With little formal education, he became an inventor and innovator who moved more than four thousand buildings in his structural-moving career. Possessing the ability to visualize resolution of complex problems, Friesen designed machinery and developed procedures that propelled his chosen profession into the modern age. Rowlands chronicles Friesens fascinating life from beginning to endfrom a turbulent childhood through inventions and innovations to international acclaimcreating a fitting memoir and an unforgettable tribute to a man who lived by his credo of hopeto never, never give up.

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