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"It was Leadership Network’s privilege to publish Rex Miller's ground-breaking millennium matrix diagram some years ago. The buzz, conversation, and questions that created have now been addressed in this eye-opening work."
Bob Buford, founding chairman, Leadership Network, and author, Halftime: Changing Your Game Plan from Success to Significance

"The Millennium Matrix is not the kind of book you will read and put on the shelf. You will want to study it and come back to it again and again because it is a book that clarifies where the church has been, where it is now, and where it is headed. . . . It is a great read . . . an indispensable tool for ministry in these times of rapidly changing cultural patterns."
Robert Webber, Myers professor of ministry, Northern Seminary

"The ideas that Miller is sharing in The Millennium Matrix will help leaders quickly synthesize a large body of history and prepare them as we move into an uncharted future. We need new models for our organizations, we need practical guides, and we need a conceptual context for understanding our current times. The Millennium Matrix provides these and will become an important reference manual to anyone serious in engaging the emerging culture."
Mike Coleman, founder, president, and CEO, Integrity Communications

"Our world is literally being remade in the digital soup we inhabit. Yet so often, the Church feels as if it's not even inside the bowl. If you're tired of feeling like you just don't "get it". . . that every new program you create is destined for the trash heap in a few short months . . . The Millennium Matrix was written for you. Beyond a manufactured, reactionary approach to change, The Millennium Matrix provides leaders with a framework for understanding both the sweep of past eras and the complex, wondrous metamorphosis in process as we speak. An indispensable read."
Sally Morgenthaler, founder, Sacramentis.com and Digital Glass Videos

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This ambitious, Protestant-oriented manual for church growth sweeps across two thousand years of Western cultural evolution.  Miller, an active Christian church leader, businessman, and theologian, relates concepts of oral, print, broadcast, and digital communications to Christian spirituality, tracing these trends and their influence on evangelism since the time of Christ.  In a nonacademic manner, similar to Jim Collin’s in Good to Great and other recent best sellers, Miller seeks to make the modern church more relevant to America’s online culture.  His presentation is slick, but it will appeal to busy lay leaders who seek a quick read and a few ideas to recharge apathetic congregations.  Easy-to-grasp charts provide useful summaries of the text.  Footnotes are extensive and helpful.  Recommended for thoughtful, informed Christian readers active in their church. – Joyce W. Smothers, Princeton Theological Seminary, NJ (Library Journal , November 15, 2004)
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This ambitious, Protestant-oriented manual for church growth sweeps across two thousand years of Western cultural evolution. Miller, an active Christian church leader, businessman, and theologian, relates concepts of oral, print, broadcast, and digital communication to Christian spirituality, tracing these trends and their influence on evangelism since the time of Christ. In a nonacademic manner, similar to Jim Collins's in Good to Great and other recent best sellers, Miller seeks to make the modern church more relevant to America's online culture. His presentation is slick, but it will appeal to busy lay leaders who seek a quick read and a few ideas to recharge apathetic congregations. Easy-to-grasp charts provide useful summaries of the text. Footnotes are extensive and helpful. Recommended for thoughtful, informed Christian readers active in their church.-Joyce W. Smothers, Princeton Theological Seminary, NJ Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787962678
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 7/9/2004
  • Series: Jossey-Bass Leadership Network Series , #2
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.41 (h) x 0.99 (d)

Meet the Author

M. Rex Miller is a successful businessman with degrees in theology and communications theory. He has spent the last twenty-five years researching social change through the lens of communications.
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Table of Contents

Preface: Welcome to the Millennium Matrix.

Acknowledgments.

0. Vertigo: Ready or Not, Here Comes the Future.

Part One: Stopping Time: The Medium Is the Worldview.

1. Oral Culture–Liturgical Church: The Living Word.

2. Print Culture–Reformation Church: Separating the Message from the Messenger.

3. Broadcast Culture–Celebration Church: Watching the World Go By.

4. Digital Culture–Convergence Church: Reconnecting Word with Spirit.

The Complete Millennium Matrix.

5. The Church in Transition: Navigating Changing Worldviews.

Part Two: New Visions for a New Millennium.

6. Trust Connections: Impartational Leadership.

7. Growing Vital Relationships: Reclaiming Community.

8. Convergence: The Living Church.

Epilogue: Anticipating the Next Great Shift.

The Abridged Millennium Matrix.

Appendix: Exercises and Field Trips.

Notes.

The Author.

About Leadership Network.

Index.

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