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Future Church
Ministry In A Post-seeker Age

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The church today is poised on a precarious balance between culture and content, between cultural relevance and doctrinal integrity. Like a seesaw, the church swings back and forth, compelled both to reach an entertainment-driven culture and to remain true to the Gospel.

In Future Church, Jim Wilson presents 7 clear principles which become "fulcrum points," principles that will give the Church real leverage to reach people and push them upward toward the hand of God. These 7 Fulcrum Points are illustrated in real-life settings, as Wilson takes us on visits to churches that are utilizing them. This is the way of ministry in a post-seeker age. This is Future Church!

The seven Fulcrum points include:

Get creative, Get Spiritual, Get Radical, Get Real, Get Truthful, Get Multi and Get Connected.

About the Author

Jim L. Wilson started preaching when he was 17 and became a pastor when he was 18. Today, he is a professor of Leadership Formation and the director of the Doctor of Ministry Program at Gateway Seminary. Wilson is an award-winning writer with hundreds of pieces in print and the author, co-author, or contributor to more than twenty books.

Endorsements

We are at a critical time period in church history, where we must rethinking about everything we have presupposed in our modern philosophy and methodology to reach post-seeker generations. Jim gives a portrait of the rising landscape that is forming the "future church".
Dan Kimball, Author, The Emerging Church