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As the lead pastor of Epiphany Fellowship Church of Camden, New Jersey, Doug Logan not only serves in the heart of a city in great need, but also in the heart of a city in which God is doing great things. Amid drug abuse, gang violence, and extreme poverty, God is using Doug and Epiphany Fellowship to rewrite broken stories and bring life to the block.
Combining teachings from Scripture with powerful testimonies from his own urban context, Logan helps you to change the story on your own block in On the Block: Developing a Biblical Picture for Missional Engagement. Soundly rooted in Scripture and history, while remaining accessible "on the block," this valuable resource convicts and compels readers to commit to an incarnational evangelism and engagement that cultivates long-term, holistic conversion and transformation.
If you are a pastor trying to mobilize your church, or a Christian trying to live with purpose, this theology of missions will help. Covering topics such as God's heart for missions, barriers to living missionally (especially in the urban context), biblical reasons for urgency, the essential nature of gospel engagement, and key strategies for the harvest, On the Block will inspire you to do what matters, take steps of faith, and watch God work.
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2016
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"This book isn't theoretical, filled with simply good ideas and insight. It's a clear and compelling call to consider what it means to be the people of God in the midst of a severely broken and battered world."
—Matt Chandler, lead pastor, The Village Church