Your Church Has Changed
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What if rather than viewing closed doors and restricted gatherings as limitations on the ability to have church, we shifted our focus towards being the church in our communities? Peter Roennfeldt provides inspiration and practical advice from the New Testament church about how church was intended to function and how God might be moving us back towards the same methods of worship, fellowship, service, evangelism and discipleship today.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused churches to close their doors, restricted gatherings of people, and moved worship services online. But what if, rather than viewing these circumstances as limitations on the ability to have the church, we shifted our focus towards being the church in our communities? Peter Roennfeldt provides inspiration and practical advice from the New Testament church about how the church was intended to function and how God might be moving us back towards the same methods of worship, fellowship, service, evangelism, and discipleship today.
- Pandemics change church
- Catapulted into change
- Five things COVID-19 taught us about church
- Scattered or send for mission?
- Church-shaken or Spirit-led?
- Local churches hold the key to open or shut!
- We are the church - options
- Back to the future church - a fresh model
- It’s time to use the keys - with possible structures
- Further resources
"This is a useful, thought-provoking and challenging read that will help pastors, church leaders and those in 'households of faith' navigate the new waters we find ourselves in. It is timely and insightful-a valuable contribution."
-Travis Manners, lead pastor, Adelaide, Australia
"This book challenges the church to question old practices- and also consider the opportunities COVID-19 has presented. Peter Roennfeldt offers busy church leaders an inspiring, quick read, with an outline for multiplying disciples as a way to move forward."
-David Nott, Youth For Christ, Regional Team Leader, Gippsland, Australia
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