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Neighborhood Church

Transforming Your Congregation into a Powerhouse for Mission

Neighborhood Church

Transforming Your Congregation into a Powerhouse for Mission

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Publisher: Westminster/John Knox Press,U.S.
ISBN: 9780664264789
Number of Pages: 146
Published: 05/02/2019
Width: 14 cm
Height: 21.6 cm
How can we embody the values of love, grace, and justice? As faith communities, how can our collective embodiment of these values shine even brighter? The answers to these questions must always unfold right here, right now, exactly where God has planted us. Neighborhood Churchacts as a resource to inspire churches to become a vibrant and engaging community partner with the families and neighborhoods living around them. The need for transformation is acute. Congregational decline continues across all mainline denominations. The abandonment of the church by the millennial generation is ubiquitous; no denomination is escaping it. This is, in part, a consequence of disconnection from our communities. Van Tatenhove and Mueller believe that, parish by parish, we can reverse this trend. They dare to have an audacious hope for local congregations not only as signs of Gods kingdom but as life-giving institutions that anchor their neighborhoods. Drawing on their combined sixty years of parish experience, wisdom from Asset-Based Community Development, and compelling case stories, Van Tatenhove and Mueller do more than just call us to incarnational ministry. They give practical, essential tools that lead to communal conversion, develop the DNA of listening, spur fruitful partnerships, promote integrated space, and sustain long-term visions. They believe these tools will spark true revival and unleash the power of incarnational ministry.

Krin Van Tatenhove, Rob Mueller

Krin Van Tatenhove has pastored a variety of Presbyterian parishes for thirty years. He has a Doctor of Ministry in parish revitalization and directs a small nonprofit called Torch of Faith, which offers low-cost development services to other nonprofits promoting social justice. Rob Mueller is the pastor of Divine Redeemer Presbyterian Church, a hundred-year-old urban Hispanic congregation in San Antonio, Texas. He began ministry working ecumenically with the Christian Base Community model of church redevelopment that was developed in Latin American poor Christian communities.

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