Our 2nd free gift for you this Christmas week – The Quest: Changing a Church’s Culture from Missions-minded to Missions-active. (Kindle edition)
The debut of the newest resource from Ta Ethne is here! Dominos: A Dynamic Commentary on Jude is finally available in digital form on Kindle. This weekend, Friday the 21st through Sunday the 23rd it will be free to download. The print version of this resource will be available before the end of the month from Amazon and also directly from us. We are excited to offer this, the first in a series of commentaries we are planning for the future.
Pass the word and make sure to grab your free copy this weekend. We believe you will enjoy it. Watch for announcements of the print debut later in June.
This weekend we are making a Kindle copy of The Quest: Changing a Church’s Culture from Missions-minded to Missions-active free. Download and enjoy!
The audiobook version of A Heart Hungry to Worship” is now available. It is out on Amazon now, and should be available on Itunes by the weekend.
Our newest book is now available in paperback. 40 Days of Praise will help you develop a habit of prayer during the coming year. Based on a different hymn a day, this devotional makes a great gift for anyone wishing to deepen their prayer life.
The Quest: Changing a Church’s Culture from Mission-minded to Missions-active is now available as an audio book. It is available through Amazon now, and will become available on iTunes next week. It will make a great gift for church leaders and pastors. Check it out.
A prominent Christian author makes the statement, “Missions exists because worship doesn’t.” (Piper, 1993) Another Christian author rebuts with the assertation that, “Actually missions exists because true worship does.” (Blue, 2001) Both of these statements are true. The need for missions exists because there are people in the world who do not worship Jesus Christ as Lord and the response to reach these people with the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ comes from those who already worship Him.
As believers mature spiritually, the realization of Christ’s desire for all His children to be ambassadors for Him brings them into a crisis point. Will they remain inwardly focused on their growth as a follower of Jesus Christ or will they focus outward toward those who have yet to become children of God? The answer to this question has enormous consequences for both individual Christians and churches because churches, made up of individual Christians, reflect their constituents. Just as there is a level of spiritual maturity one cannot rise above until they have experienced leading a person to the saving grace of Jesus Christ, there is a level of spiritual growth in a church that will not be broached until the church is focused on reaching the world for their Master. A church made up of inward looking members will primarily exist for itself. A church made up of outwardly focused individuals will focus beyond their four walls.
Moving a church from being inwardly focused to being missions-minded and eventually missions-active should be the goal of her leaders. This book will explore how to move a church from being missions-minded (or missions-aware) to missions-active.
The Quest is available in print or Kindle from Amazon.com or http://www.discernmentministries.webs.com