Radical Outreach Recovering Apostolic Ministry and Evangelism

ISBN-10: 068707441X
ISBN-13: 9780687074419
Edition: 2003
Authors: George G. Hunter
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Description: George G. Hunter tells how the contemporary church can reclaim its ancient witness through hands-on ministries with the unchurched.

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Book details

List price: $22.99
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Publication date: 5/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

George G. Hunter tells how the contemporary church can reclaim its ancient witness through hands-on ministries with the unchurched.

Foreword
Preface
Western Christianity's "Corinthian" Future
An Urban Society, with Many Cultures
A Dysfunctional Church, with a Mission
Paul's Prescription for Church Renewal
Lessons from the Snook, Texas, Foxhunting Club
The Great Commission Manual
A Short History of "Apostolic Ministry"
How Church People Misperceive Lost People
Jesus' Ministry with "Impossible" People
Mission of the Apostles to Impossible People and Peoples
The Church's (Reluctant) Mission to Rural Peoples
The Church's (Reluctant) Mission to "Barbarian" Peoples
Three Cases - Two Global, One Local
Apostolic Ministry Through "Cultural Relevance"
The Unconscious Pathology of Old East Side Church
Six Indicators That Old East Side Is in "Deep Weeds"
Old East Side's Losing Game Plan
Recovering a More "Apostolic Way" of "Doing Church"
Insights for an "Indigenous Strategy"
Culture Communicates
Form and Meaning
The Periodic Loss and Recovery of Indigenous Christianity
Top Ten Insights Supporting Culturally Relevant Christianity
FECs (Frequently Expressed Challenges)
Apostolic Ministry Through an Empowered Laity
The Early Christian Lay Movement
The Priesthood of All Priests
The "Celtic" Exception
The Priesthood of All Believers - Proposed
Richard Baxter As Newton and Darwin for Traditional Protestants
The Priesthood of All Believers - Implemented!
The Emerging Revolution in Lay Ministries
On Either Side of the Mainline (Old line, Sideline) Denominations
The Indispensable Role of Small Groups
Recovery Ministries As a Prototype for Outreach Ministries
Addiction, As (Mis)understood, in Historical Perspective
The Multiple (Known) Causes of Addiction
Addiction and Recovery in Informed Perspective
The Story, the Steps, and the Serenity Prayer
Addiction and Recovery in Theological Perspective
Opportunities in Recovery Ministries
The "Underground Awakening"
First Baptist Church, Leesburg, As a Church for Everyone
To "All the People We Can Find That No Other Church Seems to Want"
The "Roesel Revolution"
"Proactive Outreach" Begins, and Then Multiplies
"Ministry Village"
Insights from the Women's Care Center
First Baptist Church's Emerging Future
"Positioning" First Baptist Church, Leesburg, Within an Apostolic Perspective
Critique for an Even Greater Mission
Witness Through Ministry, Hospitality, and Conversation
The First Disciples of Jesus (John 1:35-42)
The "Chain" of Experiences, and the Sources of the "Links"
Jesus and the Woman of Samaria (John 4)
Five Questions for a Congregation Considering Radical Outreach
Five Approaches to Reaching People Like the Samaritan Woman
Communicating in Many Ways, Especially Through Conversation
Postscript: Old East Side's Enormous Challenge: The "Cultural Enclave"
Notes
Index

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