Renewal : I Make All Things New
Renewal: I Make All Things New surveys recent renewal developments in the church and in individual lives. It is compiled from the author's articles in the Renewal Journal, namely: 1 Renewal ministry 2 Revival worship 3 New Wineskins 4 Vision for Ministry 5 Community Transformation 6 Astounding Church Growth This book, Renewal, and its companion volume, Revival, summarize research included in twenty issues of the Renewal Journal.
- Paperback | 142 pages
- 152 x 229 x 8mm | 200g
- 04 Aug 2011
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- North Charleston SC, United States
About Dr Geoff Waugh
Dr Geoff Waugh is the founding editor of the Renewal Journal and author of books on renewal and revival, including Revival, Flashpoints of Revival, Revival Fires, Transforming Revivals, and Anointed for Revival. His two books Renewal and Revival are compiled from his articles in the Renewal Journal.
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This book explores a facets of our Lord's renewal of all things. Each chapter is reproduced from the author's articles in the Renewal Journal. Chapter 1, Renewal Ministry, explores how renewal applies to our lives as we love God and love others. Chapter 2, Revival Worship, notes current developments in renewal worship and ministry. Chapter 3, New Wineskins, tackles issues about emerging churches and networks. Chapter 4, Vision for Ministry, dreams big and explores some implications of renewal in ministry and service. Chapter 5, Community Transformation, touches on the amazing current renewal transformation in communities and ecology. Chapter 6, Astounding Church Growth, surveys the explosive expansion of the church during the last century. The companion book to this one, Revivals, is compiled from other articles originally published in the Renewal Journal, specifically: Revival Fire (from Issue 1: Revival) Spirit Impacts in Revival (from Issue 13: Ministry) Revivals into 2000 (from Issue 14: Anointing) Revival in the 21st Century (from Issue 21: Discipleship)show moreby Geoff Waugh