Every Nation in Our Generation: Recovering the Apostolic Mandate

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“Make Disciples of All Nations” In this book, Rice Broocks explains the progress of the Church in terms of its obedience to the apostolic mandate. This mandate, which has been called the Great Commission, must be recovered and embraced if the Church is going to get back into the race for the destiny of the planet. The orders of Jesus to His followers to "make disciples of all nations" is far more than simply giving people a basic gospel message. This mandate includes not only individual transformation, but ...
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“Make Disciples of All Nations” In this book, Rice Broocks explains the progress of the Church in terms of its obedience to the apostolic mandate. This mandate, which has been called the Great Commission, must be recovered and embraced if the Church is going to get back into the race for the destiny of the planet. The orders of Jesus to His followers to "make disciples of all nations" is far more than simply giving people a basic gospel message. This mandate includes not only individual transformation, but cultural as well. About the author: Rice Broocks is the president of Morning Star International (MSI), a family of churches and ministries currently operating in 35 nations. He is also the senior pastor of Bethel World Outreach Center in Nashville, Tennessee, where he lives with his wife and their five children. He is the co-founder of Champions for Christ, a ministry to college and professional athletes, as well as the president of Victory Campus Ministries, reaching out to hundreds of university campuses around the world.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780884199342
  • Publisher: Charisma Media
  • Publication date: 12/23/2002
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 6.16 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 0.72 (d)

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Rice Broocks is the president of Morning Star International (MSI), a family of churches and ministries currently operating in 35 nations. He is also the senior pastor of Bethel World Outreach Center in Nashville, Tennessee, where he lives with his wife and their five children. Rice is a graduate of Mississippi State University, with a degree in Business Administration, and holds a masters degree from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. He also serves as an adjunct instructor for Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He is the co-founder of Champions for Christ, a ministry to college and professional athletes, as well as the president of Victory Campus Ministries, reaching out to hundreds of university campuses around the world.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: "The Tipping Point" 6
Part I Vision
1. Every Nation in Our Generation 17
2. The Miracle in Manila 35
Part II Values
3. The Lordship of Christ 58
4. Reaching the "New" Lost World 77
5. The Heart of the Mandate 99
6. The Greatest Harvest Field 124
7. Discovering Spiritual Family 144
Part III Mission
8. Recovering Apostolic Ministry 172
9. The Most Effective Form of Evangelism 193
10. A Light to the Nations 211
Conclusion: "I Will Arise" 233
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  • Posted August 20, 2011

    A manual for fascism

    The New Apostolic Reformation, of which Broocks is a part, is at its core a Christianized version of fascism. And this book is proof positive. It calls for Christians to "submit" and "obey" to so-called apostles without listening for God's voice on their own. Nothing could be further from the true message of the cross--it's meant to liberate, not be a ball and chain. If there was a way to give this no stars--or even negative stars--I'd have done it.

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  • Posted February 14, 2010

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    Healing and awakening to the soul. A beautiful and moving masterpiece established on the gift of peace and inheritance. Opens the beginning voyage of self-discovery by unveiling our identity within the elaborate riches of Christ.

    A responsible voice recovering the voiceless. Initiates and successfully supports unity through the way of reconciliation. Full of vision, revelation, and wholeness. An entrance into the call for a continuing response through the Father's heavenly realm, where Grace is revealed as God's very nature and person.

    Illustrates the spirit-breathed invitation to God's heart for all those who want to both receive and help others to receive His wisdom, purposes, and compassion exceedingly. Reflects the God who chooses every nation to have and know and live in close relation with His presence of love and life, creativity and newness, favor and righteousness.

    This book is a treasure and helps me understand beyond all I've ever imagined. It is empowering and emanating, and releases principal value and worth. It expresses a great heritage belonging to every generation throughout all the ages; those past, those presently existing, and those yet to come.

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