An expert practitioner answers to questions about the burgeoning organic church movement
Neil Cole's best-selling book Organic Church described the fastest growing segment of contemporary Christianity-the so-called organic church. Now in this next-step book, he answers questions about how to deal with theological and organizational issues that come up. He talks about issues such has what to do with finances, children, heresy, leader training, and rituals and ordinances. Without the top-down structure of a denomination, even people who are proponents of this small, house-church model worry that they are not doing it right.
Offers an important resource for anyone involved with or thinking of starting an organic or house church.
Addresses practical issues of theology, rituals, doctrinal heresy, how to handle children, finances, and other important questions.
Written by an acknowledged expert who is now and has been for over 20 years an organic church planter and practitioner.
A new Leadership Network title and follow-up to Organic Church
Church 3.0 offers solid information about organic churches based on Cole's extensive experience in starting, nurturing, and mentoring in the organic church movement.
©2010 Neil Cole (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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For folks who are wondering why people are more disenchanted with the Church today, this is a good book to read. Neil Cole presents the case that the church needs a new revision in order to both better reach our culture today and to be more the church that Jesus started when he was here on earth. You don't have to agree with all he has to say to realize he has some great points to make and you need to seriously consider where he says the Church needs to go.
Lots of very useful information. I look forward to putting it into use and using the resources they have.
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