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kindle ☆ Spent Matches Ð Paperback ´ [Epub] ➛ Spent Matches ➜ Roy Moran – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Spent Matches explores the possibility that a few small paradigm shifts within the church might make the difference between extinction and effectiveness In fact taking a clue from the automobile ind Spent MatchesE and a command to go The Hybrid metaphor brings energy to the church's mission and an explanation to the age old argument of Missional versus Attractional methodsFeatures include Innovative ideas for growing the churchMethods to reach those who may never have attended churchScripture passages that touch on the subject of church growth The early overuse of broad generalities gives way to useful practical ideas

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Command For instance the Hybrid car has become the answer to Detroit's environmental and oil crisis issues Finding the synergy between two technologies gas and electric has created a new day for the auto industry Likewise Spent Matchesexplores how the church can find synergy between two seemingly competing thoughts an invitation to com If you can get past the first chapter it’s a bit of a grind this book presents an insightful argument against modern evangelism and a compelling picture of what church is meant to be about Moran isn’t trying to sell a step by step program to be followed out of the box but a fresh application of the Great Commission I was surprised and a little uncomfortable with how much this book challenged me It is intended to shift paradigms so if you’re uncomfortable after reading this cool then it’s working

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Spent MatchesSpent Matches explores the possibility that a few small paradigm shifts within the church might make the difference between extinction and effectiveness In fact taking a clue from the automobile industry the church might be able to not only halt the rapid decay in attendance but also become an effective tool in achieving Jesus' final I have some thinking to do And some praying Roy Moran wants to provoke some paradigm shifts in his readers and given the fact that true paradigm shifts should inevitably make people uncomfortable I think Roy Moran has done a good job with this book Because after finishing this book I felt very uncomfortable — but in a way that wants to continue the conversation and go back over what I underlined and talk with God and others about what I read I feel provoked in an area in which I need to be provoked because I haven’t been as fruitful as I want to be Roy Moran presents in this book an understanding of the Great Commission that challenges our knowledge based approach to discipleship Jesus called us to teach people to obey his commands not to simply know them and so if we’re not making disciples who also obediently make disciples then we’re not achieving what Jesus called us to achieve So Roy Moran offers a paradigm rattling obedience based discipleship model that is highly repeatable in its simplicity allowing any disciple of Jesus to make disciple making disciples but that doesn’t check all my boxes for what I think “church” is meant to look like This book is both persuasive and compelling enough to make it difficult for me to ignore its premise amidst my difficulties with some of its implications I have some thinking to do