God Unbound: Wisdom from Galatians for the Anxious Church
How can the church stay in step with the Spirit during a time of unprecedented change?
The apostle Paul led the Galatians through a massive cultural shift in which they had to radically expand their ideas of who God is, who they were, and God's mission for the church. He was able to lead them through this time of great change because of his encounter with the risen Christ on the Damascus road, an experience in which his view of God was completely upended.
Today Christianity is undergoing a cultural shift just as challenging as the situation confronting Paul and the Galatians. As many churches decline, congregations and pastors feel uncertain and anxious about how to continue their mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ.
Elaine Heath extends an invitation to broaden our view of God by moving beyond the walls of buildings and programs to become a more diverse church than we have ever imagined. While deeply honouring tradition, she calls the church to boldly follow the Holy Spirit's leadership into the future. Heath offers practical advice and hope for how the church can move through anxiety to courageous, culturally sensitive, and Spirit-led engagement in our rapidly changing world. Ideal for a 6- to 9-week small-group study.
Includes questions for reflection and discussion.
|Genre||Personal Theory/Thesis, Item with Questions|
|Topic||Galatians, Missional Church|
|Publisher||Upper Room Books|
|Collection||MCA's E3 in Community (Year 2)|
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