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The New Parish: How neighbourhood churches are transforming mission

The New Parish: How neighbourhood churches are transforming mission
'All paths to the future of the church must pass through this book.' Leonard Sweet. 'The New Parish' explores how neighbourhood churches are transforming mission, discipleship and community.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780830841158
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Publisher: IVP America
Author: Sparks Paul
Format: Pbk
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'When faith communities begin connecting together, in and for the neighbourhood, they learn to depend on God for strength to love, forgive and show grace like never before. . . . The gospel becomes so much more tangible and compelling when the local church is actually a part of the community, connected to the struggles of the people, and even the land itself. Paul Sparks, Tim Soerens and Dwight J. Friesen have seen in cities, suburbs and small towns all over North America how powerful the gospel can be when it takes root in the context of a place, at the intersection of geography, demography, economy and culture. This is not a new idea the concept of a parish is as old as Paul's letters to the various communities of the ancient church. But in an age of dislocation and disengagement, the notion of a church that knows its place and gives itself to where it finds itself is like a breath of fresh air, like a sign of new life.
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