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HEALING THE BODY OF CHRIST PB

HEALING THE BODY OF CHRIST PB
SPRING 2011 PERSPECTIVES MAGAZINE RECOMMENDED TITLE Amess details the urgent need to heal the divisions within the Eva.........
 
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ISBN/EAN: 9781850787259
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Publisher: AUTHENTIC MEDIA BOOKS&MUSIC UK
Author: AMESS ROBERT
 
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SPRING 2011 PERSPECTIVES MAGAZINE RECOMMENDED TITLE

Amess details the urgent need to heal the divisions within the Evangelical church - so as to improve Christ's witness on earth.

Divided and bruised as the body of Christ is, on one thing we can agree: this should not be. Why is this so? What is the church? Distinguished evangelical Robert Amess answers these questions and details a way forward. With the wisdom of years of leadership, Amess leads readers back to the unity of Scripture.

Throughout, Amess' analysis is balanced and insightful and his work thorough, authoritative and readable. If you have ever wondered why the message of Christ is not being heard in the world or why evangelicals do not cooperate in proclaiming the good news, read this book.

'An invaluable book for the local church'
David Coffey, Baptist World Alliance

Robert Amess's ministries include the historic Bethesda Baptist Church, Ipswich and Duke Street, Richmond. Currently he is a pastor in Devon and continues his wider ministry preaching internationally and at conventions such as Keswick.

Pages: 192
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