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Serving God's Mission

Tim Chester

80 pages
SPCK Group

By tracing the origins of mission right back to God's character, and then seeing how it unfolds throughout the storyline of the Bible, we begin to understand how important it is to him.

As we see his heart for mission and the nations, we are challenged to discover God's plan for us too. Will this change our priorities as individuals and churches? Dare we see our place in God's plan and own the task of reaching the unreached?

1 The Father's love
2 The Son's name
3 The Spirit's power
4 The Bible's story
5 The church's task
6 The cultural challenge
7 The global mandate
Summary and leaders' notes

This practical, thought-provoking and accessible resource is the latest in the popular IVP/Keswick Ministries series of study guides.

Author Bio
Tim Chester is Pastor of Grace Church, Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, and a faculty member of Crosslands, a partnership between Oak Hill College and Acts 29. His many books include Good News to the Poor, Everyday Church, Mission Matters, Unreached and Hearing God's Word. He blogs at www.timchester.co.uk