Pressure Points Hardback

Twelve Global Issues Shaping the Face of the Church

by J D Payne;

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Pressure Points

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Each generation of believers faces numerous challenges to the mission of the church.
While the church does not have control over the large issues of each generation, its response to them is a matter of Kingdom stewardship.
J D Payne gets to the heart of the twelve most important problems we face today. In Pressure Points, J D helps us see how we can prevent these global issues from pushing the church off its biblical moorings, so we can absorb the pressures while responding in a way that remains faithful to the church’s calling and mission. Come to see that despite all the challenges, some of the greatest days for Kingdom advancement are ahead of us.
Topics include:
• Unreached people groups
• Truth and pluralism
• The West as a mission field
• The majority world church
• World religions
• International migration
• Globalisation
• Poverty
• Urbanisation
• Children and youth
• Healthcare
• Oral learners
208 pages

Pressure Points by J D Payne was published by Thomas Nelson in July 2013 and is our 3565th best seller. The ISBN for Pressure Points is 9781418550745.

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Details for Pressure Points

Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherThomas Nelson (July 2013)
Number of Pages194
Thickness18 mm
Height211 mm
Width137 mm
Product Code4071118
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