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The Shaping of Things To Comeby Michael Frost
Synopses & Reviews
Christendom is dying and needs to be removed from its life-support system. Starting with this frank assessment of the current church, Michael Frost and Alan Hirsch present an alternative model for ministry in today s postmodern world. Instead of mourning the demise of the Western church as the center of society, the authors explain how the church can be reborn through incarnational mission, messianic spirituality, and apostolic structure. Church leaders who heed the authors call will see death turned into new life through the creation of a vital, missional church.<P>[Frost and Hirsch s] contribution brings an in-depth theological reflection as well as providing a broad scope informed by their extensive reading in theology, culture and mission as well as their on-site visits to missional churches in the USA and the United Kingdom.<BR>" Eddie Gibbs, Donald A. McGavran Professor of Church Growth, Fuller Theological Seminary<P>This book is a bountiful multi-course meal, each serving presented with charm and class. It will satisfy even eclectic appetites, and please the most discriminating palates. Four Stars.<BR>" Leonard Sweet, Drew Theological School, George Fox University
About the Author
Michael Frost is an Australian teacher, writer and church leader. He is also one of Australia's leading communicators and evangelists.
Alan Hirsch directs the mission leadership development for the Churches of Christ in Victoria (Australia). He is a church planter, teacher and pastor, widely regarded for his radical approach to mission in the West.
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