Church Zero (Library Edition)

by Peyton Jones (Author)P9780718093761, Jon Gauger (Narrator) }


Church Zero (Library Edition)

Format: CD-Audio

Vendor: Oasis Audio

Publication Date: April 01, 2013

ISBN: 1609816536

ISBN-13: 9781609816537

Dimensions: 5.50 × 6.50 (inches)

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It\'s time to start over from zero. What happened to the Western church? Why are we losing the generation under thirty and reaching so few nonbelievers? In Church Zero, Peyton Jones examines one of our biggest problems: squeezing our leaders into a mold that cuts their hair and drains away their commando strength. Scripture lays out a leadership model that worked explosively in the first century. When properly understood, Christ’s model can help your church live the way it was meant to live, truly making a difference in your community. Church Zero gives the blueprints for how the Western church might start rebuilding from the ground up. What would tomorrow look like if we had to restart from a biblical ground zero? Church Zero will help us once again become a radical, dangerous people who cannot be ignored.

Author Info

Peyton Jones is the founding coach of New Breed Church Planting UK/USA. A serial church planter, Jones is currently planting multiple churches stateside, starting in urban Long Beach, California. Involved in international planting since age twenty-four, he has engaged in tentmaking mission work as a firefighter, factory worker, and psychiatric nurse, bringing all of these experiences to the table. Jones received his MA in theology pastoral studies from Wales Evangelical School of Theology and served as the evangelist for Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ legendary Sandfields church, Aberavon.

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