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About "Kingdom Come"
When we pray ''Your Kingdom Come, what do we mean? Local neighbourhoods everywhere are affected by global changes, including the death of a single religious vision, shifting work and family patterns, and widespread scepticism. Violence and tension are rising. There is a way forward. Churches are taking a lead in community cohesion and transformation. If we are faithful, the future is full of hope. Duncan outlines a Kingdom approach affecting every area of community life. From housing to healthcare, from citizenship to crime prevention, ordinary Christians and local churches have a vital role to play. This is a manifesto for social transformation, peppered with examples from across the Western world.
Meet the Author
Previously Head of Mission at Evangelical Alliance, Rev. Malcolm Duncan is now Movement Director at Faithworks. An Elim minister originally from Northern Ireland, he is a prolific speaker and writer. He has most recently written Kingdom Come: The local church as a catalyst for social change and Building A Better World .