- By Jerry Cook

Monday Morning Church: Out of the Sanctuary and Into the Streets

  • Title: Monday Morning Church: Out of the Sanctuary and Into the Streets
  • Author: Jerry Cook
  • ISBN: 9781582294896
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Monday Morning Church Out of the Sanctuary and Into the Streets Fired by the passion to take the message of the gospel beyond the walls of the church Jerry Cook challenges Christians to reconsider their role in society He emphasizes that the church on Monday oper

    Fired by the passion to take the message of the gospel beyond the walls of the church, Jerry Cook challenges Christians to reconsider their role in society He emphasizes that the church on Monday operates in the experience of the non believer where the greatest impact for God can occur He encourages Christians to consider themselves strategically placed by Jesus Christ tFired by the passion to take the message of the gospel beyond the walls of the church, Jerry Cook challenges Christians to reconsider their role in society He emphasizes that the church on Monday operates in the experience of the non believer where the greatest impact for God can occur He encourages Christians to consider themselves strategically placed by Jesus Christ to go to the non believer rather than having them come to God Drawing from the book of Ephesians, he challenges traditional thinking of how ministry occurs and what the church should be while presenting an exciting new paradigm of living for Christ.

    1 thought on “Monday Morning Church: Out of the Sanctuary and Into the Streets

    1. This is my second book by this author (Love, Acceptance, and Forgiveness) and the more time I spend with Jerry, the more I like him. MMC builds on the themes establish in LAF: what it means to be "the Body of Christ," being empowered by God's Spirit, and continuing the ministry of Jesus to the world but this book digs a little deeper into how we, as individuals, are able to do that. In the introduction, Jerry says,"The essential gospel centers on the person of Jesus, not the church, not even eva [...]

    2. This is a very good reminder of what the Christian life is meant to be. All of us who go by the name Christian should read this book.I read this a second time and got much more out of it because we discussed it along the way.

    3. Very practical Scripture-based teaching on how to be consistently and daily in the will of God. Not a bunch of "religion" and self-help nonsense but good expository teaching with useful applications for witnessing.

    4. This is a fantastic bookry easy to readd very challenging. It brought a freedom to the Christian life and to ministry that I hadn't realized before. I highly recommend it!

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