Addresses the Church's mission in the world by helping your leaders formulate a biblical theology of mission.
Then, your leaders are encouraged to design an intentional mission strategy for present and future mission involvement for your church or ministry team while assessing their own personal commitment.
Audience: Pastors, Elders, Governing Boards, Deacons, Emerging Leaders and Lay Leaders.
Purpose: To help local church leaders develop a biblical strategy for intentional involvement in the mission of the Church.
Achieve: A solid foundation for leadership based on biblical strategy for intentional involvement in the Church.
Table of Contents:
The Learning Process
Part One: A Biblical Theology of Mission
Issue One: God's Reign — What is God's Overall Plan?
Issue Two: Christ's Mission — What Did Christ Do to Accomplish God's Plan?
Issue Three: Church's Mission — What is the Church's Role in God's Plan?
Issue Four: Local Church Mission — What is the Local Church's Part in God's Overall Plan?
Issue Five: Modeling Mission — How Did Paul Model What Mission Should Be?
Issue Six: Mission Statement — How Can You Develop a Mission Statement for Your Church or Ministry Team?
Part Two: A Local Strategy for Mission
Issue Seven: Prayer and Mission — What is the Relationship between Prayer and the Church's Mission?
Issue Eight: Evangelism and Mission — How Can We Overcome Barriers to Share the Good News?
Issue Nine: The Poor — What is the Relationship between Evangelism and Social Concern?
Issue Ten: Church Planting — What is the Place of Church Planting in the Overall Mission of the Church?
Issue Eleven: Cross-Cultural Missions — How Can Churches Reach People Across Cultural Boundaries?
Issue Twelve: Mission Strategy — How Can We Develop a Biblical and Comprehensive Strategy of Mission?
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Body Paper Type 0.00474 INCH Binding PERFECT Cover Paper Type 0.0090 INCH ISBN 2010000331224 Width 8.5 INCH Pages 276