Church Unplugged Paperback
Remodelling Church Without Losing Your Soul
by David Male;
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This book gives an essential framework for creating church in the twenty-first century. It is a call to think and work outside the box of recent church in bold and risk-taking ways.
Through telling the story of one of the first 'fresh expressions of church' in England, the Net in Huddersfield, this book examines the key issues
related to a future of mission, evangelism, church and community.
It is an honest account which examines not just the ups but also the downs and clearly shows what the church learnt about community and how being community is never easy.
Church Unplugged by David Male was published by Authentic in October 2008 and is our 14467th best seller. The ISBN for Church Unplugged is 9781850787921.
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Church UnpluggedJim Currin, via The Good Book Stall
This is a story well worth telling. It is about starting a church from scratch. ‘if you belong to a church already, this church is not for you’, said the website for The Net. It was a new kind of church for people who do not go. Dave Male was supported by the Anglican Church to be the pioneer minister to fulfill the vision. ‘Church Unplugged’ tells the full story including the trials and tribulations, but generally describes a success story with pointers for other people to follow. It is a good example of doing what some would say is impossible. This realistic and well written story gives the reader confidence to think that, under God, it could happen anywhere. Highly recommended if interested in Fresh Expressions: this book has principles that any church can put in to practice. I’d commend it to anyone.
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|Page last updated||7th July 2015|
|Author / Artist||David Male|
|Publisher||Authentic (October 2008)|