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But today we often get this exactly backward. We work hard to build our churches with programs and promotions while neglecting the essential practice of discipleship. In WikiChurch, Steve Murrell shows you how anyone can make disciples through enagaging culture and community, and equipping believers to minister. Imagine if every believer, not just leaders, was actively engaged in your ministry. That's a WikiChurch.
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Charisma Media
Publication Date: 2011
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...and Go Viral!
Jesus told His followers that He would build His church, and then He told them to go and make disciples. It’s that simple. We make disciples, and He builds the church.
But today we often get this exactly backward. We work hard to build our churches with programs and promotions while continuing to neglect the essential practice of discipleship. And we wonder why we struggle. In WikiChurch, Steve Murrell shows you how anyone can make disciples through the simple process of
· Engaging culture and community
· Establishing spiritual foundations
· Equipping believers to minister
· Empowering disciples to make disciples
Imagine if every believer, not just leaders, was actively engaged in your ministry. That’s the Book of Acts. That’s a WikiChurch.
Steve Murrell is the senior pastor of Victory Metro in Manila, Philippines; a director of the Real Life Foundation; and the cofounder and president of Every Nation, a worldwide family of churches and ministries. Victory Metro Manila meets in thirteen different locations and has planted churches in forty other Philippine cities and a dozen nations. Real Life Foundation is a social and educational advocacy organization that exists to serve the poor and improve their lives through educational assistance, character development, and community service. Steve and his wife, Deborah, first went to the Philippines in 1984 with Rice Broocks for a one-month summer mission trip that never ended. They live in Manila and have three sons. Steve is the author of The Reluctant Leader and The Accidental Missionary blogs. He is also a regular contributor to Evangelicals Today, a monthly Philippine publication, and his messages can be heard at the "Every Nation Podcasts" site.
NiceTnAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Revolutionary!July 13, 2011NiceTnAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book will ignite you and remind you of the purpose of why we do church regardless of the different culture. Going to basics- your relationship with Jesus, your relationship with other believers and your relationship with non believers.