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Robbie PruittPort-au-Prince, HaitiAge: 35-44Gender: Male4 Stars Out Of 5A review of AND: The Gathered and Scattered ChurchSeptember 25, 2014Robbie PruittPort-au-Prince, HaitiAge: 35-44Gender: MaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4AND: The Gathered and Scattered Church is a great follow up to Tangible Kingdom.
In their book AND: The Gathered and Scattered Church, Hugh Halter and Matt Smay address the balance that every church must strike between gathering together and scattering outward into the world in mission. While the church is supposed to meet together in corporate fellowship, congregants are also supposed to be scattered. The church is supposed to be missional and leave the corporate gathering and fellowship for going out in mission.
Simply put, the church is supposed to both gather and scatter. The church has left the building. The church is more than a building that we go to. We are the church, and as the church, we must not only gather together, but we must also go out into the world in mission.
AND: The Gathered and Scattered Church is an excellent book to balance out mission and fellowship, the gathering and the scattering.
RatherBFishingRound Rock, TXAge: 45-54Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Great follow on to The Tangible KingdomJune 23, 2011RatherBFishingRound Rock, TXAge: 45-54Gender: maleAND helps define a path to authentic community and mission no matter where you currently worship. By building on the strengths of attractional churches, rather than casting them as irrelevant or worse, a barrier, the authors give a vision to the millions who want to be missional but not at the sake of their church homes and friends.
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