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This book is designed to guide individuals, families, and congregations in daily praying together across traditions. It also includes a unique songbook.
Christian Coon writes about his own mistakes and failures as the co-founder of the Urban Villiage Church. Learn how he used his failures to begin new possibilities.
Enjoy reading Church Unique by Will Mancini and discover a new kind of vision and strategic planning for your church. Move from an internal focus to an emphasis on participating in the culture and community of where you are planted.
Enjoy reading the Five Means of Grace as you learn to re-order your life through Prayer, Searching the Scriptures, The Lord’s Supper, Fasting, and Christian Conferencing.
In the late 1700s, John Wesley’s Methodist movement revival broke out across Britain and the United States. This system of small groups, circuit riders, societies, and lay leadership is an outline for analysis of church renewal.
Avery Dulles writes about six major models through which the Church’s character can be understood: as Institution, Mystical Communion, Sacrament, Herald, Servant, and in a recent addition to the book, as Community of Disciples.
In this new commentary for Belief series, award-winning author and theologian Willie James Jennings explores the relevance of the book of Act for the struggles of today.