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Planting Churches in Muslim Cities: A Team Approach
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Planting Churches in Muslim Cities: A Team Approach

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Baker 1993

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$28.99

Overview

Building on the example of more than 100 missionaries, his own diverse experience in missions, the Acts model, and church-growth theory, Greg Livingtsone teaches missionaries to help Christians in Islamic communities “think church.” He advises church planters to work openly with former Muslims, connecting these new believers to one another and helping them fit their faith into family and society.

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Key Features

  • Teaches missionaries to help Christians in Islamic communities
  • Advises church planters to work openly with former Muslims
  • Builds on the example of more than 100 missionaries

Contents

  • One Billion Muslims: What Does God Have in Mind?
  • Past Failure and Future Prospects
  • Instances of Church Growth among Muslims
  • The Change Agent’s Role
  • Making Critical Choices
  • Establishing Significant Relationships
  • Proclaiming the Message
  • Characteristics of a Church Planted
  • Two Case Studies
  • A Proposed Urban Church Planting Strategy
  • Finishing the Task

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About Greg Livingstone

Greg Livingstone directs Frontiers, the largest mission agency of church-planting teams among Muslims. He served 14 years with Operation Mobilization in India, the Middle East, and Europe. He holds a DMiss from Biola University.

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