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Five Smooth Stones Essential Principles for Biblical Ministry

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ISBN-10: 0805445188

ISBN-13: 9780805445183

Edition: 2007

Authors: Robertson McQuilken

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Bemused by the constant rising and falling of new methodologies when he began a career in ministry over fifty years ago, university president Robertson McQuilkin has ever since committed his work to a core group of enduring ministry principles that he calls ldquo;the five smooth stones.rdquo; In summary, these principles are: the Bible (making it the functional authority), the Congregation (aligning it with the biblical purposes), the Spirit (releasing his energizing power), the Plan of Redemption (the mission of every disciple), and the Lord Jesus (model of servant leadership). While that outline may seem very obvious, one must ask why so many churches and other…    
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Book details

List price: $14.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Publication date: 9/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

Preface: Why I Wrote This Book
The Bible-Making It the Functional Authority
Making the Bible the Functional Authority
Postmodernism
Therapeutic Theology
The Church-Aligning the Congregation with All of God's Biblical Purposes
Worship
Make Disciples
Member Care
Pursue Welfare of the Community
The Holy Spirit-Releasing His Energizing Power
Defining Gifts
What the Gifts Are Not
Discovering, Developing, Deploying, Desiring
Prayer Connection
The Plan of Redemption-The Mission of Every Disciple
Biblical Foundations of Mission
Two Locations, Two Vocations
New Paradigms of Mission
Prayer Support
Financial Support
The Lordship of Christ-Gauging Servant Leadership
Leadership
Leadership: Positive Role Model
Unity of the Congregation
Purity of the Congregation
Conclusion
Cross-cultural Communication