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The Gospel-centred Church: becoming the community God wants you to be

The Gospel-centred Church: becoming the community God wants you to be
Gospel ministry is much more than simply evangelism. It is about shaping the whole of our church life and activities by the content of and imperatives of the gospel. It is about ensuring that our church or group is motivated by and focused on the Gospel, as opposed to our traditions, or the scores of other worthy causes and needs that could fill our time.
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Publisher: GOOD BOOK COMPANY
Author: Timmis Steve & Chester Tim
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The seventeen key principles contained in this workbook are an attempt to articulate what a true gospel ministry might look like. They are principles that can be worked out in a range of situations, from Sunday school or youth work to a whole congregation. Gospel-Centred Church is not a recipe for success, but is rather designed to help clarify our thinking about how to be more faithful to God's saving message - not only in what we say, but in how we live our lives as the people of God.
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