Seven Practices for the Church on Mission

by David E. Fitch     |     Book Summary


Author: David E. Fitch
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Date: 2018
Pages: 136

Book Summary of Seven Practices for the Church on Mission by David E. Fitch


There are seven key practices that Jesus gave His disciples. They are the Lord’s Supper, reconciliation, proclaiming the gospel, being with the “least of these,” being with children, fivefold ministry gifting, and kingdom prayer. These disciplines are to be put in practice by the church. When these actions are being done, Christ’s presence comes near the church in a profound way.

Christ’s presence with the church can also pour over into the neighborhoods as well. In fact, when these disciplines are actively pursued they should be present in our natural relationships both within and outside of the church.

A study of these actions will help Christians transform their churches and advance the kingdom.





Seven Practices for the Church on Mission

by David E. Fitch

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Seven Practices for the Church on Mission by David E. Fitch

AuthorDavid E. Fitch
PublisherInterVarsity Press
Date2018
Pages136


Overview:

There are seven key practices that Jesus gave His disciples. They are the Lord’s Supper, reconciliation, proclaiming the gospel, being with the “least of these,” being with children, fivefold ministry gifting, and kingdom prayer. These disciplines are to be put in practice by the church. When these actions are being done, Christ’s presence comes near the church in a profound way.

Christ’s presence with the church can also pour over into the neighborhoods as well. In fact, when these disciplines are actively pursued they should be present in our natural relationships both within and outside of the church.

A study of these actions will help Christians transform their churches and advance the kingdom.