- Paperback: 213 pages
- Publisher: Destiny Image; 1 edition (December 1, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0768431468
- ISBN-13: 978-0768431469
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- Average Customer Review: 433 customer reviews
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Culture of Honor: Sustaining a Supernatural Environment Paperback – December 1, 2009
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God is in the process of restoring Kingdom mentality to the church, and those who get it willmove under the blessed order of God s government. This book is both an indication of this process and a clarification of the strategic issue of honor as it relates to how Christians work together in church. Chapter 2, entitled The Funnel From Heaven, is an absolute must-read for those who not only are wondering why the fivefold ministry is not working as we had hoped, but for all who have not seriously considered this vital approach to church life. Danny s contribution toward the Kingdom Church will help us all navigate this adventure of Kingdom life together. ---Jack Taylor, President, Dimensions Ministries
In this book, Culture of Honor, Danny Silk unearths the ancient foundations of the Kingdom of God. With great wisdom and insight he examines and explains the fundamental building blocks of a supernatural society and constructs the framework for a powerful Christian life. This is more than a book; it is a manifesto of reformation, destined to become a classic that will be a reference for generations to come. Culture of Honor is a must-read for every serious believer. It is essential that this book find its way into every seminary in America! ---Kris Vallotton, Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church
About the Author
Danny Silk serves as a Senior Management Pastor at Bethel Church in Redding, CA. He is a primary developer of the staff team and Director of the church ministries including the Transformation Center, city outreach, and Bethel s Healing Rooms. Danny and his wife, Sheri, are also the founders of Loving On Purpose, a ministry to families and communities around the world.
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The governmental way churches are run today needs to shift to an apostolic mission. The author will provide information on how the individual roles within the five-fold gifting should operate in this government with heaven's priorities at center and heaven's reproduction on earth. Shared will also be the different socioeconomic classes of people and how each class views life. An important component will be developing a wealth mindset with a global perspective of the body of Christ. The breadth of information contained will change the way you look at sin and the sinner, along with provide you with tools on how to deal with confrontation. You too will grasp that miracles are for today and should operate in the body of Christ.
We can use the Scriptures as a weapon or healing balm of the Spirit. Where The Spirit of The Lord is there is liberty!
Silk conveys great pastoral care with his insights into handling potentially volatile situations, expressing the superior goal of seeing people released to live Godly lives, not further binding them to their sin through shame.
I know of no other book in modern history that dares approach the "golden calf" of modern church structure, and gently invites leaders to revise their operations to conform to a Biblical standard.
Silk is tactful yet direct, loving yet serious. I further appreciate his ability to drive home loftier points with real-life examples—reminds me of Jesus' communication style. Quite effective and memorable.
I heartily recommend this clarion call to summon leaders to their best days! May we walk in the gracious, revolutionary love of Jesus as we bring the realities of Heaven to earth. • ch: