Ekklesia

Rediscovering God's Instrument for Global Transformation
Product Number: EB00696987
Released: May 02, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781493411665
Publisher: Chosen Books
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Dynamic New Teaching from Bestselling Author Ed Silvoso The word church has many connotations; we think of it as a specific building, as a group of people, even as a long service to sit through. We hardly ever think of it as world-changing-and neither does society. Yet this is exactly what the first-century ekklesia was. In these vital, eye-opening pages, bestselling author Ed Silvoso takes you back to the first days of the church. Digging into Scripture, he shows how the New Testament church-devoid of buildings, professional clergy, and religious freedom-was able to transform the hostile, pagan places into which it was born and set in motion a process that changed the world forever. Even more, Silvoso offers a roadmap back to becoming the ekklesia Jesus called his church to be. In the midst of the social, economic, political, and moral chaos in our world today, we possess the hope that people and nations so desperately need-and we can become the revolutionary, transformational, life-giving voice Jesus called us to be. A new, in-depth curriculum kit-which features a DVD with 12 brand-new teaching sessions, a group guide for both leaders and participants, and a copy of the book-is also available. Expounding on the book's dynamic teachings, each kit contains everything you need to equip your group to transform the world around them.

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Author(s): Ed Silvoso
Original Publish Date: May 02, 2017

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Author(s): Ed Silvoso
Narrator(s): Jon Gauger
Product Number DD32686
Released: May 02, 2017
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Publisher: Oasis Audio
ISBN: #9781613759578
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Author(s): Ed Silvoso
Narrator(s): Jon Gauger
Product Number Z100123451
Released: May 02, 2017
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Publisher: Oasis Audio
ISBN: #9781621887270

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