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In a world characterized by social, political, and moral chaos, how can we bring about transformation? "The church," says Ed Silvoso—and offers a roadmap back to becoming the ekklesia that Jesus called his people to be. Learn why the early church had such a radical impact on culture—despite persecution and lack of buildings or professional clergy.
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Chosen Books
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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It's no secret that the church today has lost its influence in culture. But why? With the technology, affluence, and knowledge we have today, why are we less effective than the first-century church--which didn't have social media, fancy buildings, professional pastors, or even religious freedom?
What are we missing?
In these vital, eye-opening pages, bestselling author Ed Silvoso digs into Scripture, unearthing Jesus' true design for his church--his Ekklesia. He shows how the early church was a radical, countercultural force of people who transformed the hostile, pagan places in which they lived. Here Dr. Silvoso shows how we, in the midst of social, economic, political, and moral chaos, can once again become the revolutionary, transformational, life-giving Ekklesia Jesus called us to be.