Sharing Christ With the Dying: Bringing Hope to Those Near

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The leadership of the church must develop a unified vision � a heart and a burden, for ministering to older people. It’s been over a year since I left and I still struggle with the entire religious machine that has become the church.” The article spurred on an array of follow-up questions like: How can we change these statistics? He accepted faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and was confirmed into the church at age twelve. In short, Deacons need to be bold witnesses. Thom Rainer says, “The institutional church stubbornly resists formal closing.

Pages: 192

Publisher: Bethany House Publishers; Reprint edition (June 17, 2014)

ISBN: 076421165X

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