Mission-shaped and Rural: Growing Churches in the Countryside

Church House Publishing, 2006 - 141 pages
Using a compelling mix of theological reflection, sociological analysis, real-life case studies and personal experience this book explores ways forward for mission in a rural context in both traditional and fresh expressions of church.

This insightful book looks at current issues in rural England and explores:

The nature of mission with special reference to the rural situation;
Ways for the Church to engage with rural culture;
Examples of rural fresh expressions of church;
Identifying and pruning the things which inhibit mission in the countryside;
How all forms of church can work together for the glory of God.

This compelling book is an essential read for all who seek to minister in a rural context - whether at a local, diocesan or national level.

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