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Number of Pages: 64.00
Vendor: Christian Focus
|Dimensions: 6.81 X 4.13 X 0.25 (inches)|
Life in the Body of Christ: Privileges and Responsibilities in the Local ChurchCurtis C. ThomasFounders Press / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:
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God's Glorious Church: The Mystery and Mission of the Body of ChristTony EvansMoody Publishers / 2004 / Trade Paperback$13.49 Retail:
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Who Stole My Church? What to Do When the Church You Love Tries to Enter the 21st CenturyGordon MacDonaldThomas Nelson / 2009 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 28 Reviews
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People are often curious and occasionally apprehensive about what the church is like. Not many people come sliding out of a reformed pipeline and straight into a pew - they come from all over the religious and non-religious spectrum. We don't want people to be surprised in a bad way about what they will encounter.
"In an age where everyone is offering to re-design the church, Ralph Davis, in this small booklet, winsomely, clearly and most of all Biblically reminds us that we have a designer of the church - Jesus Christ - and the glory and majesty of His design. This is a great instrument to remind, encourage and attract people to the bride of Christ and the body of Christ - His Church."
"Prejudice Buster". "It is a kind of Brochure-cum-browser which enables people to make an informed choice about whether or not yours might be the church in which to settle...this book will dissolve the prejudices which many people bring through our church doors and win them for Christ and his church"
"I can't imagine anything better [than this book] for teaching what it means to belong to The House that Jesus Built - to new Christians who don't yet understand the church (and older ones who ought to!). Ralph Davis is a good friend, and a great Bible teacher. Once again he has come up with a gem for us with this little manual on the church. Biblical, succinct, clear, fun and, above all, brief."