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God called. He wants his church back. Many Christians have begun to recognize that God desires his church to function as an organism rather than an organization. After over 11 years of experience founding and facilitating a house church, author Keith Giles shares the insights he developed in the trenches. Filled with practical, real-world examples of how to plant and nurture an organic gathering, listeners will find a wealth of information to help them bring Jesus back to the forefront of every meeting.

©2019 Keith Giles (P)2019 Keith Giles

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This is what Heaven on Earth looks like...

This book is inspiring and challenging. As we long day to day to be more like Christ, this book has a practical formula to bring Heaven to Earth in our own neighborhoods. This book will serve as a guide for how our current small group can become our church and do more in our community. I can hardly wait to get started!

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Repetitive

The author says the same thing over and over without dealing with the views he is in disagreement with.