Understanding the Great Commission

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  • Paperback
  • 72 pages
  • Understanding the Great Commission
  • Jonathan Leeman
  • English
  • 18 December 2018
  • 9781433688942

About the Author: Jonathan Leeman

www.9Marks.org.


Understanding the Great Commission God Means To Fulfill The Great Commission Through Local ChurchesHow Did The Apostles And The Churches Of The New Testament Obey The Great Commission By Gathering Christians Together In Churches The Church Is God S Plan For Evangelism, Discipleship, And The Great Commission This Connection Between The Great Commission And The Church Dramatically Impacts How Both Leaders And Members Should Think About Their Work Of Making Disciples We Do It Together.

10 thoughts on “Understanding the Great Commission

  1. says:

    Short, Biblical, and PracticalThis is the first book in the Church Basics series that I have read, but I m excited to read the others This book is short and easy to read It is biblical, but also accessible It is incredibly practical and intentional, with a plethora of examples of what ...

  2. says:

    Very thought provokingI have never seen Great Commission in light of the author s explanation corporate local church planting vs individual evangelism Awesome read

  3. says:

    I love these little books Can be read in a few hours and are filled with vital content.

  4. says:

    Concise and Helpful Great insight on how the local church is to fulfill the the great commission.

  5. says:

    A good, concise primer to the Great Commission and the role of the local church in it.

  6. says:

    Very good read, putting into a nutshell of our Christians responsibility associated with the Great Commission.

  7. says:

    The 9 marks guys just have a way of making big concepts seem easy and obvious Especially when it comes to practically living out what you believe.

  8. says:

    This is the second time I have read this book and I know I will go back and read it again It is a quick read and a great reminder of how to obey the Great Commission today in our churches.

  9. says:

    Finished reading this for the second time For the most part there are no surprises in this booklet Mark Dever argues that the Great Commission is normally fulfilled through planting and growing local churches Churches planting churches, churches sending missionaries to plant churches, churches partnering to strengthen other churches no surprises there But at the end of the book, in a book about the Great Commission, Dever leaves the reader a bit confused He says, staying in our culture is often the countercultural thing to do, especially among the younger generation With all the career and educational transitions that characterize modern urban life, the radical thing to do for some will be to stay in one place for decades Now I actually a...

  10. says:

    Thought provoking book on the nature of the great commission being tied to the local church, whereas we typically think of it too individualistically Has some great diagnostic questions on how to decide to stay at your church or go to another church plant revitalization.

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