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Change the World

Recovering the Message and Mission of Jesus

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Change the World by Michael Slaughter
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Something is not working. Despite the church's place of prominence in American culture and the ubiquity of the church in every American town, misconceptions about the faith of Jesus Christ run rampant today. Christians are known more for exclusivity than for love, more for potlucks than for solving world hunger. It's time for churches to get over the cruise-ship mentality of being a program provider, and reconnect with the true message and mission of Jesus: to bring good news to the poor, release to the captives, and freedom to the oppressed. Pastor Mike Slaughter challenges church leaders to look at the future of their congregations and make tough but necessary choices. Will you send the church out into the world? Will you focus on building disciples or tallying decisions? Will you multiply your impact or expand your facilities? Will you step out in courage or comply with the status quo? The answers to these and other questions determine how your church will focus its time, its energy, and its budget to work for real change in a hurting world. Download Free Study Guide For more info, visit www.ChangeTheWorld.Cokesbury.com"
Release date Australia
February 1st, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Abingdon Press
Pages
176
Dimensions
140x216x8
ISBN-13
9781426702976
Product ID
3812533

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