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Miss (An Essential Guide Series)

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"Mission" has become, for many North American Christians, an ambiguous and often uncomfortable term. To many it brings to mind a past in which western culture was identified with the gospel in missionary practice and programs. Distressed with this history...


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"Mission" has become, for many North American Christians, an ambiguous and often uncomfortable term. To many it brings to mind a past in which western culture was identified with the gospel in missionary practice and programs. Distressed with this history and uncertain about how to overcome it, many prefer to ignore the New Testament mandate that the church must be in mission if it is to be the church. Others swing the other way, declaring that everything the church does is mission, depriving the idea of mission of its power to define those specific actions of God which proclaim the gospel and build God's kingdom.

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"The church exists by missions, just as fire exists by burning."  With these words of Emil Brunner, the author reminds us that to be the church is to be in mission.  After describing the various "captivities of mission" which plague North American Christianity, the author argues for a robust and engaged practice of mission, beginning in congregations and extending to the broader community.

"Mission" has become, for North American Christians, an ambiguous and often uncomfortable term.  The power of the idea of mission is that it defines those specific actions of God which proclaim the gospel and build God's kingdom.

"Mission" has become, for many North American Christians, an ambiguous and often uncomfortable term. To many it brings to mind a past in which western culture was identified with the gospel in missionary practice and programs. Distressed with this history and uncertain about how to overcome it, many prefer to ignore the New Testament mandate that the church must be in mission if it is to be the church. Others swing the other way, declaring that everything the church does is mission, depriving the idea of mission of its power to define those specific actions of God which proclaim the gospel and build God's kingdom.

^
"The church exists by missions, just as fire exists by burning."  With these words of Emil Brunner, the author reminds us that to be the church is to be in mission.  After describing the various "captivities of mission" which plague North American Christianity, the author argues for a robust and engaged practice of mission, beginning in congregations and extending to the broader community.


"Mission" has become, for many North American Christians, an ambiguous and often uncomfortable term. To many it brings to mind a past in which western culture was identified with the gospel in missionary practice and programs. Distressed with this history and uncertain about how to overcome it, many prefer to ignore the New Testament mandate that the church must be in mission if it is to be the church. Others swing the other way, declaring that everything the church does is mission, depriving the idea of mission of its power to define those specific actions of God which proclaim the gospel and build God's kingdom.


"The church exists by missions, just as fire exists by burning." With these words of Emil Brunner, the author reminds us that to be the church is to be in mission. After describing the various "captivities of mission" which plague North American Christianity, the author argues for a robust and engaged practice of mission, beginning in congregations and extending to the broader community.

^
"The church exists by missions, just as fire exists by burning."  With these words of Emil Brunner, the author reminds us that to be the church is to be in mission.  After describing the various "captivities of mission" which plague North American Christianity, the author argues for a robust and engaged practice of mission, beginning in congregations and extending to the broader community.

"Mission" has become, for North American Christians, an ambiguous and often uncomfortable term.  The power of the idea of mission is that it defines those specific actions of God which proclaim the gospel and build God's kingdom.

"Mission" has become, for many North American Christians, an ambiguous and often uncomfortable term. To many it brings to mind a past in which western culture was identified with the gospel in missionary practice and programs. Distressed with this history and uncertain about how to overcome it, many prefer to ignore the New Testament mandate that the church must be in mission if it is to be the church. Others swing the other way, declaring that everything the church does is mission, depriving the idea of mission of its power to define those specific actions of God which proclaim the gospel and build God's kingdom.

^
"The church exists by missions, just as fire exists by burning."  With these words of Emil Brunner, the author reminds us that to be the church is to be in mission.  After describing the various "captivities of mission" which plague North American Christianity, the author argues for a robust and engaged practice of mission, beginning in congregations and extending to the broader community.


-Publisher


"Mission" has become, for many North American Christians, an ambiguous and often uncomfortable term. To many it brings to mind a past in which western culture was identified with the gospel in missionary practice and programs. Distressed with this history and uncertain about how to overcome it, many prefer to ignore the New Testament mandate that the church must be in mission if it is to be the church. Others swing the other way, declaring that everything the church does is mission, depriving the idea of mission of its power to define those specific actions of God which proclaim the gospel and build God's kingdom.


"The church exists by missions, just as fire exists by burning." With these words of Emil Brunner, the author reminds us that to be the church is to be in mission. After describing the various "captivities of mission" which plague North American Christianity, the author argues for a robust and engaged practice of mission, beginning in congregations and extending to the broader community.


-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 359969
  • Product Code 9781426763281
  • ISBN 142676328X
  • EAN 9781426763281
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Missions
  • Publisher Abingdon Press
  • Publication Date Jun 2002
  • Sales Rank 69467
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 1.04 MB (EPUB)

Carlos F Cardoza-orlandi

Cardoza-Orlandi is Instructor in World Christianity, Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia. He is ordained and has served as a pastor in the Christian Church.

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