What is your best source of counsel for establishing a city church? People who have succeeded at it! Professor Conn compiles articles from Urban Mission to give you the guidance you need. Ray Bakke, Craig Ellison, and other urban specialists walk you through the process---from research to planting. Includes seven success stories to inspire you. 272 pages, softcover from Baker.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 272 Vendor: Baker Publication Date: 1997
Dimensions: 9 X 6 X .37 (inches) ISBN: 080102109X ISBN-13: 9780801021091 Availability: In Stock
If the church is to thrive in the twenty-first century, it will have to take on a new form as it ministers to the 120 million unchurched people in the United States. Planting and Growing Urban Churches is still virtually the only available text on church planting in North America and beyond.
In this third edition, readers will find material on the importance of healthy, biblical change in our churches, updated appendices, insight on our postmodern ministry context, and strategies for reaching new population demographics such as Generation X and Y.
Pastors, ministry leaders, and church planters will find the information and advice found in this book invaluable as they carry out their ministries.
Harvie M. Conn is professor of missions at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, where he has served since 1972. He was a missionary in Korea from 1960 to 1972. His numerous books and articles include The American City and the Evangelical Church and Eternal Word and Changing Worlds: Theology, Missions, and Anthropology in Trialogue; he continues to edit Urban Mission.