Item description for Triage for the Church by Glen Miller...
Overview If our Lord and Savior loves the Church and loved it from eternity, then those who have been called into that holy fellowship with Him should love it as well. Author Glen Miller asks us to honestly evaluate the church's health in the twenty-first century.
Publishers Description Is there anything more critical today than the Church getting it right? Seeker sensitive churches have too often been more concerned about pleasing men, rather than pleasing the Lord. Glen Miller, says, ?Enough ? There is too much at stake for such distractions?there's a world to win; an enemy to defeat; and an eternal destiny to embrace. These issues are addressed in Miller's new release, Triage for the Church. He doesn't brow-beat the reader, but instead points to the divine purpose of the Church and focuses on the high calling of ministry, overshadowed at times by a few who were placed in a holy office, yet exhibit unholy behavior. Woven together with personal insight and scriptural references, Triage for the Church belongs on the shelf of every pastor, church leader, and layman concerned about integrity and the message we are sending to a new generation of seekers. Let Triage for the Church touch you with a renewed fire of devotion, branding you with a new commitment to the Lord's work and His Church.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.36" Width: 5.34" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.59 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1598860372 ISBN13 9781598860375
Reviews - What do customers think about Triage for the Church?
Diagnosis and prescription for a healthy church Oct 11, 2008
Pastor Glenn Miller, who was our pastor for about 10 years when we lived in Pennsylvania, as usual neither spares nor wastes words but uses God's Word to show that the church is not healthy, because of the sin of the lives of the members and leaders of the church.
An interesting point he makes, in response to some who point out the sinfulness of our current culture is that
"Paul did not have to face a more biblically ignorant society than does the Christian living in the first part of the twenty-first century in America. That is no reason for alarm, nor is it a reason to become discouraged. It is true that in an earlier time America was more aware of the Scripture than the general population is now and more familiar with the Gospel message, but to expect that it was our right to expect the culture to be friendly to the Scripture is not realistic."
And of course, Pastor Miller's solution is Biblical as well - individuals church members and pastors living in the center of Christ so that their lives reflect the character of Jesus Christ as their Lord.