Scattered Servants: Unleashing the Church to Bring Life to the City
: Alan Scott, a leader in the Vineyard Movement, draws upon his years of experience to share inspiring stories of cities transformed by scattered servants. He shares practical ways for church leaders to move beyond the building walls and take...
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Alan Scott, a leader in the Vineyard Movement, draws upon his years of experience to share inspiring stories of cities transformed by scattered servants. He shares practical ways for church leaders to move beyond the building walls and take the kingdom to those who need it most. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, Scott argues that every believer, not just the leaders, can fill their city, workplace, and family with the beauty and power of Christ.
When believers become scattered servants, the Holy Spirit will equip them to advance the kingdom and change lives through their hearts and hands.
Alan Scott is a craftsman and metaphysician who combines a lifetime's experience in metalwork, farming, and masonry oven-building with a constant awareness of the spiritual dimension of our activities on this earth. Originally from Australia, Alan lectures and leads workshops throughout the U.S., under the aegis of his oven building and consultation firm, Ovencrafters, which is based in Petaluma, California.
- :<div>introduction: Loving The City Back To Life 13<br /> 1. The Spirit Rests Upon The Servants 17<br /> 2. Among The People 33<br /> 3. The Mind-set That Brings Life 45<br /> 4. Changing The Culture One Life At A Time 57<br /> 5. Repositioning The Church To Reach The Lost 71<br /> 6. Everyone Everyday 89<br /> 7. Everywhere Everyday 103<br /> 8. Encountering The Supernatural Beyond The Building 115<br /> 9. Kingdom Carriers Who Steward The Supernatural 137<br /> 10. Authority To Change The Story Of Your Community 157<br /> 11. Bigger Hearts For A Better City 175<br /> 12. Revival Town 197<br /> 13. Loving Our Cities Into Life 211<br /> 14. Dreams That Shape The City 227<br /> 15. Culture Carriers 245<br /> Acknowledgments 261<br /> Notes 263</div>