Loving Your City Into the Kingdom: City-Reaching Strategies for a 21st Century Revival

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Ted Haggard, Jack W. Hayford
Regal, 1997 - Religion - 204 pages
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Loving Your City Into the Kingdom is a practitioners resource, written by practitioners. This hands-on guide brings you strategies that are working in towns and cities as churches take their communities for God. Now, for the first time, hear from those in the trenches as they tell exactly what has worked -- and what hasn't -- in terms of outreach strategies, prayer efforts, evangelistic crusades, and para-church partnerships. Co-edited by Jack Hayford and Ted Haggard, two local church pastors, this resource contains practical articles and advice on such subjects as: prayer evangelism, prayer summits, prayer walks (Marches for Jesus), spiritual mapping and warfare, cross-cultural reconciliation and networking, demographics and data-gathering, and much more.

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In 1985, Ted and Gayle Haggard moved to Colorado Springs with their children and started New Life Church in the basement of their home. More than fifteen years and 1,500 sermons later, Pastor Ted is still going strong as New Life's Senior Pastor. He is the author of four books: "Primary Purpose, Loving Your City Into the Kingdom" (co-authored with Jack Hayford), "The Life-Giving Church ", and "Confident Parents, Exceptional Teens" (co-authored with John Bolin).

Jack Hayford is founding pastor of The Church On The Way, chancellor of The King's University (formerly The King's College and Seminary) in Los Angeles, which he founded in 1997. From 2004 to 2009, he also served as president of The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. He has written more than 50 books and nearly 600 hymns and choruses. His national radio and television programs span the world. He and his wife, Anna, live near Los Angeles, California.

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