Item description for Reaching a New Generation: Strategies for Tomorrow's Church by Alan J. Roxburgh...
Our world has changed dramatically in the past quarter century. People are losing faith in technology. Our society has lost consensus and is dividing into competing tribes. Rather than simply condemning these new values, Roxburgh calls the church to respond with Christian community, Christian ecology and Christian spirituality. This fresh and powerful book shows what our new world is like and how the gospel is yet again relevant and redemptive.
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Studio: Regent College Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.7" Width: 5.7" Height: 0.38" Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1992
Publisher Regent College Publishing
ISBN 157383100X ISBN13 9781573831000
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More About Alan J. Roxburgh
Alan J. Roxburgh is a teacher, trainer and consultant who works with Allelon and internationally framing resources for the missional church. He coordinates an international project involving leaders from twelve nations who are examining leadership formation in a globalized world. He is the author or coauthor of several books, including The Missional Church, The Missional Leader and Leadership, Liminality and the Missionary Congregation, and Reaching a New Generation. He and his wife Jane live in Vancouver, Canada, and have three grown children. He can be reached at his website, www.roxburghmissionalnet.com. M. Scott Boren is one of the pastors at Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is a trainer, consultant and the author of The Relational Way and How Do We Get There From Here? He works with Allelon in developing training materials on the missional church. He shares life with his wife Shawna and their four children. He can be reached at www.scottboren.com.
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best book Al Roxburgh has written Feb 14, 2007
I first read this book in 1995. A decade later, I still return to it and consider it the best book Al Roxburgh has written. It is short. It emerges from practical experience. It does a wonderful job of reading the Biblical narrative in light of contemporary concerns.
Really good read if you want ANSWERS in ministry to GenX Aug 9, 2000
Super book, first read it 5 years ago and now they're reprinting it. Roxburgh leads us down the path of resurrecting a dying inner-city church [read that: morgue with a steeple] through what postmoderns really want: Community [fellowship, care and concern], reality based ministry, relationships [with God, of course AND fellow pilgrims] and participatory worship. Roxburgh's analogy and observations of a local coffee shop/organic grocery always packed with postmoderns, hits the nail right on the head and then his applying the principles of those stores without compromising the ministry is great. Get it and read it...remember Roxburgh wrote this several years back [1992?] BUT he's better than most writers of the past 3 years. Buy it.