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Mon 12 Feb 2018 @ 11:05

RT @ChurchTimes"A valuable and courageous book" Ann Morisy reviews For Good: The Church and the future of welfare by Sam Wells… https://t.co/giHHhvjCgh

Fresh Expressions of Church and the Kingdom of God

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ISBN-13: 9781848250918
Published: 31/07/2012
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This important book poses a challenging question: what are the aims of mission and are they being achieved through Fresh Expressions?

It argues that mission is equally about social transformation or, in biblical terms, building the kingdom of God, as well as building the church.

Theological reflection and stories from front line practitioners in churches in the sacramental traditions (with their heritage of service in poor communities) combine to create a unique, timely and valuable resource which includes contributions from leading names in the study and practice of mission today.

Author Information

Graham Cray

Graham Cray was the Principal of Ridley Hall theological college in Cambridge before being appointed Bishop of Maidstone in 2001. Graham left this ministry in 2008 when he was appointed Archbishop's Missioner and Team Leader of Fresh Expressions. He chaired the working group which produced Mission-shaped Church and has contributed to several other books regarding the future of the Church including Mission-shaped Youth, The Future of the Parish System and Making Sense of Generation Y.

Ian Mobsby

Ian Mobsby is a Mission Enabler in the Anglican Diocese of Southwark and Priest in Charge of the parish of St Luke’s, Camberwell in South London. An international writer and speaker on mission and evangelism, he is also Prior to the Wellspring New Monastic Community.

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'This book should inspire, intrigue and invite fresh energies into a new phase of Christian outreach that is both contextual and true to the faith of the church through the ages.' Fresh Expressions Website

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Mon 12 Feb 2018 @ 11:05

RT @ChurchTimes"A valuable and courageous book" Ann Morisy reviews For Good: The Church and the future of welfare by Sam Wells… https://t.co/giHHhvjCgh

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