from anglican revitalization ministries
and available in paperback and Kindle
read the book,
begin your journey
to revive your church
THERE ARE NO EASY FIXES for revitalization. IT TAKES A LONG, FAITHFUL JOURNEY IN THE SAME GREAT COMMISSION DIRECTION.
IT REQUIRES ZEAL TO PERSEVERE, TO NEVER QUIT MOVING FORWARD FOR THE SAKE OF ONE MORE PERSON COMING TO KNOW JESUS CHRIST AND FINDING A FULL LIFE WITHIN HIS CHURCH.
THAT’S WHERE THIS GUIDE COMES IN, TO ACCOMPANY YOU during
Revive is a guide to give hope to those like you who are on the front lines of God’s harvesting laborers. Each of the book’s five sections has questions for individuals or groups to discuss and apply these concepts to your particular context. Although it can be read in one sitting, this book was designed so that one chapter a day could be read over six weeks to allow the concepts to sink in, making it an ideal read over seasons like Advent, Lent, and Easter, during which a small group or parish council can discuss and apply it to your church.
about the rev. Cn. Mark Eldredge
The Rev. Canon Mark Eldredge was born near Buffalo, NY but escaped the frigid north for life in sunny Palm Coast, FL. Life without Christ, however, was not so sunny, and after years of wandering and wondering, he gave his life to Jesus Christ and began to pursue life in His Church. After 15 years in ministry, Canon Mark continued his vocation of bringing revitalization to churches by joining the American Anglican Council (AAC), a non-profit ministry in partnership with the ACNA dedicated to developing, equipping, and reforming the Church in North America and around the world. Canon Mark is the Director of Church Revitalization for the AAC and is passionate about helping local congregations better fulfill the Great Commission in our times.
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