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Overview In this paperback release of Here Comes the Bride (formerly titled The Church), Pastor Ken Hutcherson reveals how God's original intention for His church has been distorted under stifling layers of tradition, denominationalism, racism, and fear. He calls us back to the book of Acts to find a church that's bold, energetic, empowered, and unstoppable. He underlies God's unchanging heart for the church - and His unchanging will for us to be a people of truth, power, reconciliation, and love
Publishers Description In this paperback release of Here Comes the Bride (formerly titled The Church), Pastor Ken Hutcherson reveals how God's original intention for His church has been distorted under stifling layers of tradition, denominationalism, racism, and fear. Many of today's believers jump from one congregation to another, searching in vain for the "real thing." Hutcherson calls us back to the book of Acts to find a church that's bold, energetic, empowered, and unstoppable. He underlines God's unchanging heart for the church -- and His unchanging will for us to be a people of truth, power, reconciliation, and love.
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.99" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.64" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Jan 17, 2000
Publisher Multnomah Books
ISBN 1576733599 ISBN13 9781576733592 UPC 724927012990
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More About Ken Hutcherson
Ken Hutcherson is the senior pastor of Antioch Bible Church in Bellevue, Washington. A former linebacker with the Seattle Seahawks and the Dallas Cowboys, he has spent over twenty years training adults to be on the offensive for Jesus Christ. Ken and his family make their home in Redmond, Washington. He is the author of The Church: What We Were Meant To Be.
Reviews - What do customers think about Here Comes the Bride: The Church: What We Are Meant to Be?
Bromidic Sermons Apr 24, 2006
A good casual read, but lacks the depth suggested from the other reviews. More enrichment can be found in Charles R. Swindoll's book on the same subject "The Bride" written two years earlier. Maybe "Many of today's believers jump from one congregation to another" in search of guidance less trite. Probably why you can buy this book new for 39 cents.
Ken Hutcherson is the man! Mar 19, 2002
There is nothing better than hearing Ken Hutcherson preach and the only thing that comes close is reading his books and imagining him saying it. An incredibly gifted communicator with great Biblical insights. You will get more out of this book than any other book written about the church or the book of Acts. A great commentary on Acts and also just an enjoyable read. You've got to read it and then go find him on the internet and listen to one of his sermons. You'll love it.
Spirit-guided, humerous look at what the church could be Aug 19, 1999
"Hutch"'s love of Christ and his straight-talking humor shine through his scripturally based look at the first church described in Acts. I "happened upon" this book in search of why I feel incomplete in my large denominational church, and I have come to discover through Brother Hutch's spirit-guided analysis that several crucial elements are lacking in many churches. If you also feel that there is something missing in your spiritual growth and experience in your church, this book will help you to see what is lacking by looking at God's holy word in an honest light. I highly recommend it to those in any church who are seeking to be part of God's power here on Earth.
A Book to help set the Church Straight! Aug 4, 1999
I read this book, and I found it to be a wonderful piece of literature. One that is designed to help "The Church" come back to the model of the New Testament, to be a Church that is dynamic and Pro-Active; a Church where GOD is at the Helm and where lives are being dramatically changed; a Church where traditionalism, where it does not stay true to the Word of GOD, is shown the door; a Church where Denominationalism is eliminated; where racism is non-existant (and shown to be the human institution it is); in other words, this book guides us through a book (the Book of Acts) in THE Book (The Bible), and shows us that we are not all we could be because we have drifted away from GOD to do our own thing and that we should get back to GOD and line up with HIS Will and do HIS Thing.
This book is a boost for the Church today. God's way or not! Jul 20, 1998
When you look at the bible and what it really says we have to come to the conclusion as with this book that we are not follwing the biblical standard. Tradition, denomination, color, and predujice rule the church today and not God's word and this book lays the facts out. I encourage you to read this book and then be man or women enough to follow it's truth.