Everyday Missions Paperback
How Ordinary People Can Change the World
by Leroy Barber, Chris Seay;
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But, as Leroy Barber has learned through his work in inner cities and with young people, that's not usually how it works. More often God calls out to us from everyday misfortunes and all-too-common injustices, and he invites our response - not just a response in the moment, but a recognition that we have a role to play in seeing God's kingdom come, God's will done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Through the surprisingly normal stories of the heroes of faith in the Bible, and through Barber's experiences with Mission Year and other ministries, in this book you'll learn what it means to change the world from your own little space in it.
Everyday Missions by Leroy Barber, Chris Seay was published by IVP (USA) in May 2012 and is our 59906th best seller. The ISBN for Everyday Missions is 9780830836369.
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"Some of the best things in church history, and some of the worst, have been done in the name of 'missions.' It's one of those words we need to dust off, reclaim and re-envision so that we are spreading the real gospel--not the white man's gospel, not the prosperity gospel, not the American gospel, not the fluffy, do-it-yourself gospel, not the empire's gospel or the colonialist's gospel--but the gospel of Jesus, the gospel that is always good news to the poor, the gospel that comes with a cross and an invitation to suffer alongside those who suffer. Leroy Barber is at the forefront of reimagining what missions looks like in the twenty-first century. He helps us see missions not just as something we do with our mouths but something we do with our lives."
Details for Everyday Missions
|Page last updated||5th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Leroy Barber, Chris Seay|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||IVP (USA) (May 2012)|
|Number of Pages||156|