The Power of All: Building a Mutlivoiced Church

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Whenever renewal occurs, everyone in the church is drawn into involvement in the church's mission. But within a generation or two, vitality wanes and ministry is left to religious specialists. In The Power of All, renewal leaders Stuart and Sian Murray Williams confront this thought-provoking dilemma by asking: how can a New Testament model help empower and renew the church in today's post-Christian society? Follow the authors as they outline the multivoiced character of the early churches-how they valued the ...

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Overview

Whenever renewal occurs, everyone in the church is drawn into involvement in the church's mission. But within a generation or two, vitality wanes and ministry is left to religious specialists. In The Power of All, renewal leaders Stuart and Sian Murray Williams confront this thought-provoking dilemma by asking: how can a New Testament model help empower and renew the church in today's post-Christian society? Follow the authors as they outline the multivoiced character of the early churches-how they valued the gifts of all members of the community and expected that the Holy Spirit would speak through them. Discover the growth and opportunities that occur when we nurture the wider community's spiritual talents.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780836196436
  • Publisher: Herald Press
  • Publication date: 8/22/2012
  • Pages: 175
  • Sales rank: 979,523
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword 9

Preface 13

1 What Is Multivoiced Church? 15

2 Biblical Foundations of Multivoiced Church 27

3 The Rise and Fall of Multivoiced Church 43

4 Multivoiced Worship 65

5 Multivoiced Learning 89

6 Multivoiced Community 115

7 Multivoiced Discernment 137

8 The Case for Multivoiced Church 159

The Authors 179

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