The Post-Quarantine Church

by Thom S. Rainer     |     Book Summary


Author: Thom S. Rainer
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Date: 8th September 2020
Pages: 128

Book Summary of The Post-Quarantine Church by Thom S. Rainer


During 2020, the world was plunged into a crisis that many predicted may happen, but few saw coming before it was too late. The Covid-19 pandemic was not a ‘where were you when…?’ moment, but a fast-moving period that changed daily life beyond recognition with breathtaking speed.

“Historians will record the 2020 pandemic from a number of perspectives. They will look at the tragedy of widespread death and other health issues. They will point to the state of urgency in hospitals and nursing homes. They will recall the ongoing updates on television and other media, and the daily scorecard that read like a war report.” (p. 4)

But how will history record the effect of the pandemic on the church and the church’s response to it? Without doubt, some things have changed forever. There will be no ‘going back to normal’ after this. But God, the gospel, the centrality of prayer and evangelism, and so much more haven’t changed.

There will be a new way forward, with new opportunities, dangers, and challenges. Let’s work together, drawing on pooled wisdom and reports from thousands of church leaders, to begin to chart a path forward.





The Post-Quarantine Church

by Thom S. Rainer

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of The Post-Quarantine Church by Thom S. Rainer

AuthorThom S. Rainer
PublisherTyndale House Publishers
Date8th September 2020
Pages128


Overview:

During 2020, the world was plunged into a crisis that many predicted may happen, but few saw coming before it was too late. The Covid-19 pandemic was not a ‘where were you when…?’ moment, but a fast-moving period that changed daily life beyond recognition with breathtaking speed.

“Historians will record the 2020 pandemic from a number of perspectives. They will look at the tragedy of widespread death and other health issues. They will point to the state of urgency in hospitals and nursing homes. They will recall the ongoing updates on television and other media, and the daily scorecard that read like a war report.” (p. 4)

But how will history record the effect of the pandemic on the church and the church’s response to it? Without doubt, some things have changed forever. There will be no ‘going back to normal’ after this. But God, the gospel, the centrality of prayer and evangelism, and so much more haven’t changed.

There will be a new way forward, with new opportunities, dangers, and challenges. Let’s work together, drawing on pooled wisdom and reports from thousands of church leaders, to begin to chart a path forward.




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