God Redeeming his Bride: A Handbook for Church Discipline - eBook
God Redeeming his Bride: A Handbook for Church Discipline - eBook  -     By: Robert K. Cheong
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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Christian Focus Publications
Publication Date: 2013
ISBN: 9781781911686
ISBN-13: 9781781911686

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Highly practical and gracious advice on church discipline. Includes interviews with over 30 pastors from different countries and backgrounds.

Endorsements

May the Lord use it to help us, as his church, become the beautiful bride she was purchased to be.
-Stephen Timmis, Director of Acts 29 Network in Western Europe.

Many churches are realizing that their weakness stems in part from a failure to follow what the scriptures teach about church discipline. Robert Cheong’s book is a wonderfully practical and refreshingly gracious treatment of the topic.
-Thomas R. Schreiner,
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky

One of the most painful things to do as a pastor is to teach and lead out in the discipline of the church. We need courage. This book helps encourage us as we obey the call for the purity of the gospel through the local church.
-Darrin Patrick,
Lead Pastor of The Journey, St. Louis, Missouri

How we engage sin in the church reflects our view of God and His redemptive character. God Redeeming His Bride is a timely addition to any pastor’s--or church member for that matter – field manual for real-life ministry.
-Ed Stetzer,
President, LifeWay Research, Nashville, Tennessee

Robert Cheong shows how biblical church discipline is rooted in God’s mission to bring redemption to sinners and sufferers through the work of Jesus proclaimed by the church. We see how God calls his church to participate in his relentless, loving pursuit of his people. Filled with Christ-centred theology, gracious wisdom, and practical advice, this handbook is highly recommended for pastors and ministry leaders.
-Justin Holcomb,
Lead Pastor, Mars Hill Church U-District, Seattle, Washington,

As difficult and painful as it can be, church discipline is a crucial obligation that Jesus has given to us as his people. But how do you do it? As a pastor, how do you both care for those who are in sin and at the same time lead the church as a whole to exercise its duty to exercise discipline? And why is church discipline necessary in the first place? These are some of the questions that Robert Cheong addresses in his book God Redeeming His Bride. Setting the concept of church discipline in the context of the Gospel and God’s work of redemption, Cheong gives highly practical advice about every step in the process-- encouraging and teaching along the way.
-Greg Gilbert,
Senior Pastor, Third Avenue Baptist Church, Louisville, Kentucky

It is one thing to believe, in theory, in what God says in the Bible about the necessity of church discipline. It is another thing altogether to know how to navigate the process in the case of an unrepentant, falling church member. In this book, Robert Cheong, with biblical brilliance and pastoral compassion, provides a model for churches and leaders.
-Russell D. Moore,
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky

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