City-Wide Prayer Movements: One Church, Many Congregations

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Vine Books, 2001 - Religion - 194 pages
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In city after city around the world, Christians are uniting across denominational lines for prayer and fellowship. Tom White tells readers how to capture the fresh wind of God's Spirit in order to see exciting transformation in their own cities. He calls mature believers to cooperate with both the Great Commandment and the Great Commission, spurning "activities" in favor of seeking God with humility. He answers such questions as: How can I be a participant rather than a spectator as God transforms my city? How can competing churches join together for the sake of the gospel? Where has this worked? What does success look like? The book includes a practical appendix of further resources.

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