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Reflecting on the Bible, dogmatic theology and church history, this book situates the numerical growth of the church within wider Christian theology. Leading international scholars, including Alister McGrath, Benedicta Ward and C. Kavin Rowe, contribute a spectrum of voices from evangelical, charismatic, liberal and anglo-catholic perspectives.5/5(1). Israel Galindo offers his usual provocative perspective on ministry. Written in bite-size segments, church leaders will find much to reflect on for their own growth. The way of leadership he describes is a road less traveled, but those leaders and congregations who take this way will be better off/5(5). Psychology is defined in a leading Christian textbook as “the scientific study of the behavior and thinking of study of how living creatures interact with their environment and each other, and how they cope (successfully or unsuccessfully) with that environment.” 4 This relatively simple definition represents a broad field. The emphasis on evangelism and church growth in the Church Growth Movement has an affinity with Mennonite Brethren. Some theological and pragmatic emphases of the movement, however, create concern. This paper focuses on the leadership theory and practice of the Church Growth Movement in relation to Mennonite Brethren polity. TYPES OF CHURCH .
CHURCH GROWTH AND EVANGELISM IN THE BOOK OF ACTS THOM S. RAINER Green Valley Baptist Church Birmingham, AL Wth the exception of M. Green's Evangelism in the Early Church,l the subjects of evangelism and church growth in the Book of Acts have been unaccountably neglected in recent years. Church growth writersFile Size: 48KB. theory, methods, measurement, and analysis. (See ) This volume complements that line of work by distilling, from research and ex-perience, the theories of change that appear to be guiding community change efforts and synthesizing evidence about the effectiveness of these efforts. A Theology and Philosophy of Christian Education Dabai Bamalyi Secular educational theory and practice began to launch out the independent of theology, a trend best seen in John Dewey who The Bible was looked upon as a source book of religious inspiration, containing legend, myth. Christ was seen as a great man, a wonderful moralFile Size: KB. DIVINE EMPOWERMENT OF THE EARLY CHURCH MOVEMENT AND RAPID GROWTH IN THE APOSTOLIC AGE EXEGETICAL ANALYSIS OF THE BOOK OF ACTS XAVIER BECERRA Using an aspect of exegetical socio-rhetorical criticism, this paper identifies four principles of empowerment found within the Book of Acts in chapters 1, 2, 4, 6 and 15 that are very different.
The Handbook of Leadership Theory is dedicated to students preparing for the full-time equipping ministry in local churches. Most Bible schools, undergraduate and graduate religion departments, and seminaries have only one course that addresses church leadership, however,File Size: KB. Finally, the book presents and discusses studies on key aspects of LS such as lesson planning, post-lesson discussion, guiding theories, connection between research and practice, and upscaling. Lesson Study, which has originated in Asia as a powerful effective professional development model, has spread globally. Natural Church Development (NCD afterwards) is a Church Growth theory developed by Christian Schwarz, the president of the Institute for Church Growth in Germany. He suggested that NCD is an organic Church Growth: as the life organisms grow according to the principles of life, churches also grow according to the principle of spiritual life. The Small-Church Growth Strategy Handbook represents a compilation of research, resources, stories, and information designed for small congregations to meet the needs as identified by both the Standing Commission for Small Congregations and the Church in Small Communities legislative bodies over the past six Size: KB.