The Emerging Church: A Model for Change and a Map for Renewal
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Realizing the importance of creating a practical guide for both ministers and congregations seeking to shift their congregational culture towards a progressive form of Christianity, Bruce Sanguin grounds The Emerging Church in the experience of his own congregation. Here, Sanguin provides the context for such shifts through the use of real-life examples. At the same time, he peppers the book with scientific insights from areas such as the science of emergence, chaos theory, quantum physics, field theory, spiral dynamics, and evolutionary science. Written in a language lay people can understand, The Emerging Church is filled with no-nonsense, realistic advice on the pitfalls and possibilities of following the vision of the emerging Christian way. Nudged and drawn by the love of Christ into an emerging future, the church of the loving and living Christ may be the "best kept secret of our day."

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: CopperHouse
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1551455668
ISBN-13: 9781551455662

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Realizing the importance of creating a practical guide for both ministers and congregations seeking to shift their congregational culture towards a progressive form of Christianity, Bruce Sanguin grounds The Emerging Church in the experience of his own congregation, Canadian Memorial United, as way to establish context and to share real-life examples. At the same time, he peppers the book with insights from leading edge science, including the science of emergence, chaos theory, quantum physics, field theory, spiral dynamics, and evolutionary science. Written in language lay people can understand, The Emerging Church is filled with no-nonsense, realistic advice on the pitfalls and possibilities of following the vision of the emerging Christian way. Nudged by an evolutionary Spirit and drawn by the love of Christ into an emerging future, the church of the loving and living Christ may be the "best kept secret of our day." In The Emerging Church, Bruce Sanguin shares "the secret" with anyone and everyone willing to listen.

Author Bio

Bruce Sanguin is a minister of Canadian Memorial Church & Centre for Peace in Vancouver, BC. He has been a United Church minister for eighteen years. Bruce is married to Ann Evans, who is a marriage and family therapist

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