Has God's house become more ours than his? Are we seeking our comfort rather than his will? In contrast to the current market orientation pervading church culture, Auch and Niforatos ask, "What would Jesus want?" Their well-researched study paints a troubling portrait of the 21st-century American church---and shows how to get back on track. 176 pages, softcover from New Leaf.
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Review 1 for The Jesus-Sensitive Church
Date:October 31, 2007
Gary Van Gorp
This is a must read book for those who want all that God has for them. We must not look to our own ways but to God's ways which are in the Bible. In a article written 10-30-07 Hybels states: We made a mistake. What we should have done when people crossed the line of faith and become Christians, we should have started telling people and teaching people that they have to take responsibility to become self feeders. The report reveals that most of what they have been doing for these many years and what they have taught millions of others to do is not producing solid disciples of Jesus Christ. Numbers yes, but not disciples.
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Review 2 for The Jesus-Sensitive Church
Date:August 13, 2007
Eye opener! Wow...this book has challenged me to make sure that I don't get caught in the trap that the "end justifies the means". Best book I have read in such a long time. No excuse not to read it...unless you're afraid of a challenge.