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The new apostolic churches / edited by C. Peter Wagner.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Ventura, Calif. : Regal, 1998.Description: 288 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 0830721363
  • 9780830721368
  • 0830721371
  • 9780830721375
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 289.9 21
LOC classification:
  • BR516.5 .N45 1998
Contents:
Introduction. What is an Apostolic church? The new Apostolic reformation / C. Peter Wagner. pt. One. Based in the United States. Antioch churches and ministries / John P. Kelly -- Crusaders Church and International Ministries of Prophetic and Apostolic Churches / John Eckhardt -- Grace Presbytery / Michael P. Fletcher -- Willow Creek Community Church and the Willow Creek Association / Bill Hybels -- The Fellowship of International Churches / Wellington Boone -- DOVE Christian Fellowship International / Larry Kreider -- Embassy Christian Center / Roberts Liardon -- Morning Star International / Rice Broocks -- Christian International Ministries Network / Bill Hamon -- Victory Christian Center and Victory Fellowship of Ministries / Billy Joe Daugherty -- Ministers Fellowship International / Dick Iverson -- Hope Chapel / Ralph Moore -- Grace Korean Church and Missions / David (Kwang Shin) Kim. pt. Two. Based in other nations. Faith Community Baptist Church / Lawrence Khong -- His People Christian Ministries / Paul Daniel -- Deeper Christian Life Ministry / William F. Kumuyl -- Jesus is Lord Church / Eddie C. Villanueva -- Hope of Bangkok Church / Joseph C. Wongsak.
Subject: There is a revolution taking place around the world -- and the U.S. is just beginning to understand it. The New Apostolic Reformation is a grassroots phenomenon in which God is raising up non-denominational churches and leaders worldwide to help fulfill the last awesome push for the Great Commission. These "post-denominational" churches, leaders and networks share an apostolic passion for worldwide evangelism, fervent prayer and church planting. Contributors include: Peter Wagner, Frank Damazio, Roger Forster, Bill Hamon, Billy Joe Daugherty, John Eckhardt, Larry Stockstill and Joseph C. Wongsak, among others.
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Book: Standard Hewitson Library, Presbyterian Research Centre Main BR516.5 .N49 1998 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 24-043

Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction. What is an Apostolic church? The new Apostolic reformation / C. Peter Wagner. pt. One. Based in the United States. Antioch churches and ministries / John P. Kelly -- Crusaders Church and International Ministries of Prophetic and Apostolic Churches / John Eckhardt -- Grace Presbytery / Michael P. Fletcher -- Willow Creek Community Church and the Willow Creek Association / Bill Hybels -- The Fellowship of International Churches / Wellington Boone -- DOVE Christian Fellowship International / Larry Kreider -- Embassy Christian Center / Roberts Liardon -- Morning Star International / Rice Broocks -- Christian International Ministries Network / Bill Hamon -- Victory Christian Center and Victory Fellowship of Ministries / Billy Joe Daugherty -- Ministers Fellowship International / Dick Iverson -- Hope Chapel / Ralph Moore -- Grace Korean Church and Missions / David (Kwang Shin) Kim. pt. Two. Based in other nations. Faith Community Baptist Church / Lawrence Khong -- His People Christian Ministries / Paul Daniel -- Deeper Christian Life Ministry / William F. Kumuyl -- Jesus is Lord Church / Eddie C. Villanueva -- Hope of Bangkok Church / Joseph C. Wongsak.

There is a revolution taking place around the world -- and the U.S. is just beginning to understand it. The New Apostolic Reformation is a grassroots phenomenon in which God is raising up non-denominational churches and leaders worldwide to help fulfill the last awesome push for the Great Commission. These "post-denominational" churches, leaders and networks share an apostolic passion for worldwide evangelism, fervent prayer and church planting. Contributors include: Peter Wagner, Frank Damazio, Roger Forster, Bill Hamon, Billy Joe Daugherty, John Eckhardt, Larry Stockstill and Joseph C. Wongsak, among others.

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