I love hearing about what ANC is doing to love God with all they are and love people how God calls us to love people.
Brandon Hatmaker's book "Barefoot Church" helps the church become good news while resisting consumerism, materialism, and individualism.
This book is a great outline for a missional church - It should be recommended reading for every pastor and church leader.
- easy read and many of the ideas are practical, logical and digestible.
- ultimately, serving the least is hard , so implementation/execution will be the challenge (as with... Read more
This is a challenging book that tries to get the reader to re-imagine what it means to "be" the church on earth. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K West
Making disciples in our current culture requires a new perspective and view of humanity that Jesus has. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Calvin E Webb III
Great book with practical thoughts on challenges and techniques to consider to help lead to an organic missional culture in your group!Published 1 month ago by Jason T. Nicholas
Here is some solid material on the kind of thought and prayer that go into a church life and structure that can make a difference without crippling anyone. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Stanton McGroarty
I was not expecting to love this book as much as I did. “Christians have a responsibility to serve the least of these” is not a message in short supply. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Benjamin Coakley
A non-reactional approach to the changing climate of our culture. Mission coexisting with community and doctrine is a refreshing reminder of a healthy Church.Published 3 months ago by Sara
Hatmaker provides a call to churches everywhere to step from the comfort of the four walls of the sanctuary into its surrounding Jerusalem. Read morePublished 3 months ago by coolness
This book is amazing. The way it is written along with the main message of "serving the least" is amazing. A must read.Published 4 months ago by daniel huddleston