Invading Secular Space: Strategies for Tomorrow's Church

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Kregel Publications, Jun 9, 2004 - Religion - 221 pages
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The call of the early church was to go out and share the good news. Unfortunately today's Western churches have lost sight of that mission. In a valiant, if not misguided, attempt to minister to believers, the church has become a mere institution--stunted in its ability to change lives.

This book helps train leaders to develop "Antioch" churches which have the ability and passion to invade the secular space around them--resulting in a powerful, life-changing body of believers. Solid historical analysis underpins the central argumentA fresh vision of how the faith can growEndorsed by Luis Palau and Jim Montgomery of DAWN

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Dr. Martin Robinson is a Church of Christ minister and consultant on mission, theology, and church growth.

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