In his second book, Confessions of a Reformission Rev., Driscoll provides a history of how Mars Hill Church began, while also throwing in a. Confessions of a Reformission Rev. has ratings and 93 reviews. Brett said: Mark Driscoll presents his vision for the Emerging Church. While this th. Confessions of a Reformission Rev.- Hard Lessons From an Emerging, Missional Church By Mark Driscoll (Zondervan, Grand Rapids, MI. ) Mark Driscoll is.
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Sounds like Mark was just what Seattle needed.
There are rsformission discussion topics on this book yet. Style of presentation and use of language in this book do not necessarily represent that which would be condoned or encouraged by the staff or management of Westminster Bookstore. This book is not for kids, and some church-goers would be scandalized by his frank discussions about sex, etc. Aug 07, C.
Confessions of a Reformission Rev. – Tim Challies
I have had my eye on this book for a while and Confessiojs finally managed to snap it up on the cheap Jul 19, David rated it it was amazing.
If we fail to do this, we drop the ball and our decline begins. Part autobiography, part history of a local congregation, part ecclesiology and Christology, part manual for those looking to start their own assembly, the common theme that runs through Confessions is that, to really be successful, a church must be utterly devoted to Christ.
God x kids to grow up and move out of the house and have their own families, but somehow we expect Christians to remain spiritual children to some leader and his vision and agenda for their entire lives. I was expecting to be shocked by this book, but perhaps we’re all Driscoll-desensitized now.
Throughout each stage of growth traditional forms of ministry were challenged. Anyone looking to start a church plant would probably benefit from his stories – at least in giving perspective It seemed obvious to me that they wanted us to bend over backward and promise to do anything to make them happy in order to keep them in the church.
I really enjoyed this book.
Other editions – View all Confessions of a Reformission Rev: Dec 08, Ben rated it it was amazing. This metaphor was useful in recognizing future reformissiom by anticipating their limitations and influence.
Confessions of a Reformission Rev.: Hard Lessons from an Emerging Missional Church
About Westminster Bookstore Westminster Seminary. In the end, we decided that what was in the best interests of our mission to the city was not in the best interests of each of our elders. Oct 10, Jeff Bettger rated it really liked it Shelves: This is an account of how year-old Mark Driscoll started a Bible study in his living room with a few couples in and ended up the pastor of a person megachurch ten years later.
The humor and narrative was open and honest, but I found myself in disagreement with a character issue. Product Description Note from wtsbooks: I wonder, though, how long his message will be heard as long as it is wrapped in a sometimes vulgar, always sarcastic, reeformission.
In my imagination, however, I saw an entirely different church, one that did not have a beat-up old couch or rformission foosball table in the sanctuary. The remainder of the book follows the growth of the church from 0 people to the future where Driscoll hopes to have at least 10, people attending each Sunday. In Confessions of a Reformission Rev.
Lots of wisdom from hard knocks, teachability, but above all, persistence for Jesus. Preview — Confessions of a Reformission Rev. When they got married, they could not even afford a couch, so I drove one of ours over in my truck and gave it to them.
Sep 19, Rob Markley rated it it reformissiion amazing Shelves: Apr 27, Exodus Books rated it liked it Shelves: It was incredibly informative and thought-provoking and also could have been edited by at least fifteen minutes, but I digress. Was that reformussion true, or just an easy way to excuse the bait and switch that these people felt as the church was changing from a small church to a large institution?
Nobody said it like Driscoll used to.
It opened my eyes to see where he has come from and where he is going. It makes you think and challenge everything you’ve ever know about running a successful Church. Confessions of a Reformission Rev: He was, after all, immature and unprepared for the task that lay before him.
Statements such as that one and others like it don’t resonate well for long after reading.