Everyday Church: Mission by Being Good Neighbours
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Most people in the West have no intention of ever attending church. Indeed, many only use Christ's name as a swear word. And while some prominent churches are growing, much of this is transfer rather than true growth. Furthermore, many of our approaches to evangelism still assume a certain mentality: we expect people to come to us when we put on a good church service.
As Everyday Church explains, we need to meet the unchurched where they are, in the context of everyday life - shifting the focus from putting on attractive events to creating attractive communities. Allow this book, with its focus on Peter's first letter, to change your expectations and your thinking.
"In Everyday Church Chester and TImmis have once again challenged us to think differently and diligently about gospel-centred community and gospel-centred mission. They give us many answers as to how we can engage with the growing chasm between the church and the world, while remaining faithful to the gospel."?
- Matt Chandler, Lead/Teaching Pastor, The Village Church
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