Letters to the Church

Letters to the Church

by Francis Chan
Letters to the Church

Letters to the Church

by Francis Chan

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Overview

A New York Times-bestselling title, with over 300,000 units sold, in which Francis Chan challenges Christians to lean into God’s original desire for the Church.
 
Do you want more from your church experience? Does the pure gospel put you in a place of awe? Are you ready to rethink church as you know it? Sit with Francis Chan and be reminded that you are a part of something much bigger than yourself: something sacred.
 
In this bestselling book, you will:
 
  • Explore deep biblical truths about the Church
  • Understand God’s dreams for His Bride
  • Learn the stories of ordinary people God is using to change the world

 
Letters to the Church reminds us of how powerful, how glorious the Church once was and calls us to once again be the Church God intended us to be. For further individual or small group study, check out Letters to the Church: Study Guide.
 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780830776580
Publisher: David C Cook
Publication date: 09/01/2018
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 368,423
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Francis Chan has been a pastor for over thirty years. He is a New York Times–bestselling author of several books, including Crazy Love, Letters to the Churchand Until Unity. He and his wife, Lisa, have been married nearly thirty years and coauthored You and Me Forever. Currently, Francis and his family split their time between ministry and church planting in Northern California and Asia. 
 

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
7
1.The Departure
9
2. Sacred
29
3. The Order
45
4. The Gang
69
5. Servants
85
6. Good Shepherds
103
7. Crucified
127
8. Unleashed
151
9. Church Again
169
Afterword: Surviving Arrogance
199
Notes
217
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