Is it time for your church to go multisite? It seems everybody is doing it these days, so how do you know if it is the right solution for your congregation? MultiChurch brings clarity to the multisite movement and assembles...
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Is it time for your church to go multisite? It seems everybody is doing it these days, so how do you know if it is the right solution for your congregation? MultiChurch brings clarity to the multisite movement and assembles the lessons it has learned over the past fifteen years. It explores the opportunities presented by the various forms of multi-site church, identifies areas of concern, and concludes that multisite is not only a biblically sound ecclesiological model, but also a model that provides a compelling solution to contemporary reductionism in the church.
BRAD HOUSE is a pastor at Mars Hill Church, based in Seattle, where he oversees community groups for the multi-campus church. He has been involved in community groups at Mars Hill since 2003. He and his wife, Jill, have three children.nbsp;
Dr. Gregg Allison (Ph.D., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is Professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He came to Southern from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon, where he had taught theology and church history for nine years. He has also served as adjunct faculty at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, IL; Elgin Community College, Elgin, IL; Judson College, Elgin, IL; and Institute of Biblical Studies, Western Europe.
He is the author of Historical Theology: An Introduction to Christian Doctrine; Getting Deep: Understand What You Believe About God and Why; Jesusology: Understand What You Believe About Jesus and Why; and A Theology for Christian Education (with James Estep and Michael Anthony).
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- <p>is It Time For Your Church To Go Multisite? It Seems Everybody Is Doing It These Days, So How Do You Know If It Is The Right Solution For Your Congregation? <em>multichurch</em> Brings Clarity To The Multisite Movement And Assembles The Lessons It Has Learned Over The Past Fifteen Years. It Explores The Opportunities Presented By The Various Forms Of Multi-site Church, Identifies Areas Of Concern, And Concludes That Multisite Is Not Only A Biblically Sound Ecclesiological Model, But Also A Model That Provides A Compelling Solution To Contemporary Reductionism In The Church.</p>