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ReMission

Rethinking How Church Leaders Create Movement

Gary S. Comer (Author), Jr. Woodward (Foreword by)

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A systemic disease is lurking inside the church that is derailing it from what God intended it to be, to know, and to do. That disease is practical ignorance and isolation. If the church is to be healthy and thriving, its members must gain the needed know-how and skillsets to meaningfully engage with their increasingly difficult-to-reach unsaved neighbors, communities, and cultures in productive conversations about the good news of Jesus Christ. In other words, there must be a re-missioning of the body of Christ.

Blending honest analysis with innovating principles, ReMission places the onus of change at the feet of today's leaders. Each chapter of ReMission builds upon the next to practically equip leaders with tried-and-tested solutions that can outwardly mobilize a congregation, small group, or nonprofit ministry, and substantially increase the spiritual vitality of the body of Christ, both locally and globally.

ReMission isn't only focused on developing new "outfrastructure"; its aim is also to breathe new life into God's kingdom and His chosen leaders who are serious enough to implement the life-changing strategies that are sorely needed.

Item Number 006172732
Length 9.00
Binding Paperback
Language English
Medium Format Paperback
Contributors Gary S. Comer (Author)|Jr. Woodward (Foreword by)
Publication Date 2018-01-01
Type Non-Fiction
Height 0.90
Width 6.00
Pages 336
Product Group Books
ISBN13 9781629119434
Publisher Whitaker House
ISBN10 1629119431

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