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Theirs Is The Kingdom

Author: Robert D. Lupton
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062031295
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"A gripping discovery of God's grace where we least expect to find it—in the decaying core of the city." —Ronald A. Nikkel, president, Prison Fellowship International "The story of Lupton's ministry is one of the most inspiring in America. Those of us who are trying to accomplish something of value in urban settings look to him and his co-workers as models." —Tony Campolo, author of Stories That Feed Your Soul Urban ministry activist Robert Lupton moved into a high crime area of Atlanta intending to bring Christ’s message into the ghetto—but his humbling discovery of a spiritual life already flowering in the city’s urban soil forces the minister to reexamine the deepest parts of his own soul, confronting his own patronizing, materialistic attitudes and the biases he himself held against the urban poor.

The Neighboring Church

Author: Brian Mavis
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 0718077261
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Restoring At Risk Communities

Author: John M. Perkins
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1585581488
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This comprehensive handbook to urban ministry introduces and shows how to implement a Christian community development program.

Journey To The Center Of The City

Author: Randy White
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 9780830811298
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Randy and Tina White left suburbia to join believers living in a disadvantaged area of Fresno. Through their family's story you will learn more about God's heart for the city and you'll see ways you might make a difference, too.

Effective Generational Ministry

Author: Craig L. Blomberg
Publisher: Baker Academic
ISBN: 1493400304
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Understanding generational differences is a key to effective ministry in a multigenerational church. This book offers students and practitioners cutting-edge research and biblical analysis of three generations--Boomers, GenXers, and Millennials--so churches can minister more effectively within and across generational lines. The authors, one an expert on generational differences and the other a respected New Testament scholar, represent different generations and areas of expertise. The book explores key characteristics of each generation, provides biblical-theological analysis of generational attributes, and offers specific suggestions for ministry.

Go Preach

Author: Brian K. Blount
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Go Preach! connects the apocalyptic message of Mark's Gospel to principles and programs of socio-cultural transformation in the life of the Black church today. Brian Blount begins his study of Mark by examining the social significance of Jesus' proclamation of the coming Kingdom of God. This was a future event that was at the same time breaking through in the present. Through Jesus, "God's future power invaded and transformed the human present." This experience of the Kingdom empowered the disciples to "Go preach" the Kingdom message in word and deed, to finish the story that Marks narration about Jesus began.Blount goes on to show that the Black church occupies a situation analogous to that in which the Gospel arose, and explores the implications of apocalyptic theology for the pastoral mission of the Black church today. Go Preach! makes an important contribution to understanding the meaning of the Kingdom of God. At the same time it also demonstrates the value of a sociolinguistic approach to scripture, both in interpreting the text in its original context and in unpacking its meaning for today. It is required reading for biblical scholars, students, and clergy.

World Christian Encyclopedia

Author: David B. Barrett
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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Provides an overview of contemporary Christianity, including its history, ecclesiastical branches, subdivisions, and denominations, and examines Christianity in relation to other faiths and the secular realm.

Feast Of Life

Author: Jo Kadlecek
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780801059476
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In the course of our busy lives, drive-thru hamburgers and take-out pizza may get us by for a while, but they hardly satisfy our longing for a home-cooked meal shared around a table of love. The same can be said of our spiritual lives. How do we make sure we are getting what we need to stay healthy, grow, and bear fruit?