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What does the Church really look like? What is it that God wants for His Church?
The Letters to the Church Video Series walks with this generation, showing what it can look like to be the Church God desires.
Join Francis as he takes you on a journey through the chapters of Letters to the Church, hear his heart for the Bride of Christ, and join him as he leans in to God's desire for the Church. You'll also see first-hand stories of transformation and be encouraged that you too can pursue God's heart for His Church.
See the difference you can make, right where you are.
Bonus Videos: The 4 videos from Francis Chan's BASIC Study series (Fellowship, Communion, Teaching, Prayer) are included here as additional material for you to feel free to use in your church. They are not part of the "Letters to the Church" series.
|Title: Letters to the Church Video Series|
By: Francis Chan
Vendor: David C Cook
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 7.25 X 5.13 (inches)|
Weight: 3 ounces
Stock No: WW776467
Enhance your study of Francis Chans latest book with the Letters to the Church Video Series. This resource includes nine 59-minute teaching sessions featuring Pastor Francis Chan. Designed to complement the Letters to the Church Study Guide, this series also includes access to a documentary, highlighting a collection of stories from members of We Are Church. Based in San Francisco, these members reveal what their experiences have been as they strive to live out the values of the Church as revealed in Gods Word.
Encourage and challenge one another in your small group, church, or community as you hear about these values and attributes of the body of Christ:
- Respecting the sacred
- Supernatural love and unity
- Spiritual gifts for service
- Discipleship and community
The access link for the documentary is included.
Francis Chan is the bestselling author of Crazy Love, Forgotten God, Erasing Hell, Multiply, and You and Me Forever. He is currently a pastor of We Are Church, a house church network that is planting churches in Northern California. Francis and his wife of twenty-five years, Lisa, have seven children and one beautiful granddaughter.