Outreach Theology

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If you have been searching God's purpose for reaching the world for Jesus Christ, this book is for you! Dr. Jackson challenges the church to look inward and heal those who are in the pews before reaching outward to those who are hurting to fill the pews. He gives biblical scriptures that remind us that we are called to transform our communities by deepening our commitment to outreach and providing ministries that heal the broken hearted, encourage the weak and lift up those who need a helping hand-this is a must ...
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Overview

If you have been searching God's purpose for reaching the world for Jesus Christ, this book is for you! Dr. Jackson challenges the church to look inward and heal those who are in the pews before reaching outward to those who are hurting to fill the pews. He gives biblical scriptures that remind us that we are called to transform our communities by deepening our commitment to outreach and providing ministries that heal the broken hearted, encourage the weak and lift up those who need a helping hand-this is a must read if you want to take your ministry to another level.
Mary L. Thomas EVP, the Spartanburg County Foundation

"Charles Jackson is a hard-working preacher whose passionate commitment to God's mission through Jesus Christ shines through this book. Outreach Theology is grounded in Holy Scripture, informed by the Church's wisdom throughout the centuries, and filled with many helpful resources that will benefit those who love the Lord Jesus and seek to follow Him in His ministry of reaching out to all people everywhere. Pastors and congregations who are satisfied with serving themselves should avoid this book. But those who are not will find great encouragement in it."

Richard Burnett, Professor of Systematic Theology, Erskine Theological Seminary

Outreach Theology: by Dr. Charles J.J. Jackson is a great literary contribution to the body of Christ. This book gives insight on how believers can do true kingdom building through outreach. Outreach Theology: guides readers on how to genuinely care for those in the community for outreach starts in your common territory. This book is a must read for any and everyone who aspires to do ministry, to do mission, and to do Kingdom. So now, let your outreach begin. It's time to Transition the Traditional Church.
-Charmayne Brown/Editor-In-Chief of REJOICE Magazine

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781612154022
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 12/15/2010
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 0.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 5.50 (d)

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