Persistently Preaching Christ: Fifty Years of Bible Ministry in a Cambridge Church
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This book provides a glimpse into the ministries of Mark Ruston and Mark Ashton at The Round Church at St Andrew the Great church in Cambridge. Through the ministries of these two Marks, this local church was and still is committed to ministering to people, persistently preaching Christ and immersing the ministry of the church in prayer.
This book provides theological thought and an example as to how any local church should conduct its ministry.
"This book is both challenging and inspiring. Mark Ashton's eight convictions at the start and the emphasis throughout on the centrality and power of God's word are vitally important for all churches in any setting."
- Vaughan Roberts, Rector of St Ebbe's, Oxford and Director of Proclamation Trust
"I trust this book will go some way towards helping us all understand the way the local church can be such a blessing to God's people."
- Phillip Jensen, Dean of Sydney at St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, Australia
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