The Locker Room Paperback

A Biblical Paradigm of Church

by Jeff S Mann;


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The Locker Room

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With few exceptions, churches across America are static or in decline. In an increasingly hostile postmodern culture, the church should be boldly proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ and shining like a star. Yet we are having no impact and we are increasingly considered irrelevant. Faithfully using scripture as a guide, Jeff S. Mann reminds us of our mission, calls us back to biblical basics, and challenges us to step out in faith to go beyond the walls of our churches in the love of Christ to deliver a message of hope.

Believing there is still hope for the world, Mann writes to average church members in everyday language. God’s plan for redemption is shown to be accomplished only through the incarnation and suffering of Christ and the fulfillment of the Great Commission. To bring glory to God and impact our world, Mann uses the Bible to help provide understanding as to who we are, why we are here, and how God tells us to operate. In other words, the church must become more like a locker room.

The Locker Room by Jeff S Mann was published by WestBow Press in August 2014. The ISBN for The Locker Room is 9781490846576.

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Page last updated 19th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherWestBow Press (August 2014)
Weight132g
Number of Pages116
Thickness7 mm
Height203 mm
Width127 mm
ISBN9781490846576
ISBN-101490846573
Product Code4305982
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