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Abingdon Press Journey to Jesus: The Worship, Evangelism, and Nature Mission of the Church

In this book, Robert Webber proposes an alternative: a model of worship that emphasizes the fact that those who come to worship are at very different points in their spiritual lives. Rather than ignore these differences or gear all worship to those already established in the faith, Webber argues that churches should openly recognize the stages of faith through which their members are passing, structure their worship and ministry to celebrate these stages, and openly encourage Christians to move from spiriual infancy to maturity in Christ.
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Date:October 21, 2009
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Alisa Downing
Dr. Webber does a wonderful job of laying out the guidelines for the church, as a whole, as a mentor and an example for all Christians. The emphasis is, however, on the role of the church as it takes a new Christian through the four phases of spiritual growth with mention of how mentorship was so important in the old church of the Third Century."Journey to Jesus" starts out a little slow,as per my opinion and according to many I have spoken, but ends with a bang with a renewed zeal to see evangelism back into our churches and hearts. Enjoyed this read.In His Hand, Alisa Downing
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Review 2 for Journey to Jesus: The Worship, Evangelism, and Nature Mission of the Church
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Date:October 21, 2009
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Alisa Downing
Dr. Webber does a wonderful job of laying out the guidelines for the church, as a whole, as a mentor and an example for all Chrisitians. The emphasis is, however, on the role of the church as it takes a new Chrisitian through the four phases of spiritual growth with mention of how mentorship was so important in the old church of the Third Century."Journey to Jesus" starts out a little slow,as per my opinion and according to many I have spoken, but ends in a bang with a real zeal to see evangelism back into our churches and hearts. Enjoyed this read.In HIs Hand, Alisa Downing
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