When someone uses the word ‘church’, what comes into your mind? A building where a congregation meets? A room inside such a building? The main Sunday meeting? A denomination?
Graham Beynon shows that when the Bible talks about ‘church’, it is always only referring to people, and a particular sort of people at that. From a range of key passages in the New Testament, he explains what church is, what it is for, how it is to work, how it is to be led, and what it means to belong to God’s new community in Christ.
‘What is a church? What makes it a church? What makes it tick? Many Christians are hard–pushed to give good answers to these questions. This clear, simple, biblical and practical guide will deepen your understanding and enrich your experience of church. Few things could be more important for Christians than that.’
This is a readable and practical book which worked well for my family, first as a personal read and then as a basis of a house-group type study.
It helps the reader to think through what church really is and should be, using the New Testament church as its model and example.
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