Every-Person Ministry Paperback
Reaching Out in Christ
by Teresa Morgan;
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Each of the first four chapters of the book discusses a different kind of ministry: neighbourly love; the importance of listening to people; the potential we all have to speak and act prophetically; and when and how we should forgive one another and seek reconciliation.
Later chapters focus on attending to our own relationship with God, with guidance on defusing the 'unhelpful passions' which block the action of the Spirit in us; reflections on daily prayer; and an exploration of the way we articulate and explain our faith.
Every-Person Ministry by Teresa Morgan was published by Spck in August 2011 and is our 41147th best seller. The ISBN for Every-Person Ministry is 9780281064472.
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Every-Person MinistryJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
Teresa Morgan offers an inclusive, distinctive and compelling journey into Christian obedience and usefulness. There is a freshness and dynamic central to this title. The conviction of how the Holy Spirit offers the reconciling love of God through us to flow for the gain of the whole world, is a majestic vision worthy of great application, and is one of the strongest parts of this title. The passions and the blocks in all our lives was a particularly gritty element to this writing. Attentiveness is particularly the quality and chapter that I relished most from Teresa Morgan’s writing.
The essence of this work is about where we will serve and how we will minister for the sake of many in Christ’s Kingdom. Joyful, fresh and inspiring!
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|Page last updated||3rd June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Teresa Morgan|
|Publisher||Spck (August 2011)|
|Number of Pages||160|