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Metrospiritual

eBook|Feb 2011
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Metrospiritual: The Geography of Church Planting is about church planting in the city. There is an outpouring of new expressions of church being started throughout metro areas across North America. Where are these new churches being started? Maybe a more...


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Metrospiritual: The Geography of Church Planting is about church planting in the city. There is an outpouring of new expressions of church being started throughout metro areas across North America. Where are these new churches being started? Maybe a more subterranean question is, "Why"? Why are churches being started where they are and why is there is a bias towards one part of the city and an overall neglect of other parts? Metrospiritual explores these questions and more as it builds off of recent research and surveys of hundreds of church planters in seven large cities in the United States and Canada. There is a deeper look at pivotal issues such as gentrification, the Creative Class, community transformation, urban renewal, and the role new churches play in all of these.

Metrospiritual: The Geography of Church Planting is about church planting in the city. There is an outpouring of new expressions of church being started throughout metro areas across North America. Where are these new churches being started? Maybe a more subterranean question is, "Why"? Why are churches being started where they are and why is there is a bias towards one part of the city and an overall neglect of other parts? Metrospiritual explores these questions and more as it builds off of recent research and surveys of hundreds of church planters in seven large cities in the United States and Canada. There is a deeper look at pivotal issues such as gentrification, the Creative Class, community transformation, urban renewal, and the role new churches play in all of these.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 362073
  • Product Code 9781621893257
  • ISBN 1621893251
  • EAN 9781621893257
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Church Growth
  • Publisher Resource Publications
  • Publication Date Feb 2011
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 0.30 MB (EPUB)

Sean Benesh

Sean Benesh (DMin, Bakke Graduate University) lives in the Pacific Northwest and is the author of The Multi-Nucleated Church (2012), View From the Urban Loft (2011) and Metrospiritual (2011). He is involved in urban ministry in the capacity of professor, researcher, consultant, Director of the Epoch Center for Urban Renewal, and church planter. He blogs regularly on various urban themes and topics at theurbanloft.org. Sean is a mountain biker and an urban cyclist. He has experience as a mountain biking, hiking, and urban cycling guide in Arizona and Oregon. In 2009, Sean started urthTREK, an o

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