Remaking a Broken World
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Remaking a Broken World: The Heart of the Bible Story
Our world is fractured on every level—from the family to international relations. The news constantly reports broken relationships, strife-ridden communities and warring nations.
So what hope is there for a world of fractured relationships? Discover the Bible’s surprising answer: the local church.
This revised and updated edition of Christopher Ash’s Bible overview takes readers through the big sweep of Scripture, following the theme of scattering and gathering God’s people. It shows how the local church is at the heart of the Bible story and at the centre of God’s plan for remaking a broken world.
This book will refresh your love for the local church, and give you new hope for the hurting world around you.
Remaking a Broken World (Pre-Order)Christopher Ash has provided us with a readable, compelling, and important Bible overview. It will be a easeful and excellent resource for Bible study groups, sermon series, seminars and much else.
Josh Moody Senior Pastor, College Church Wheaton
Christopher’s approach is refreshingly creative, thoroughly biblical and obviously relevant to our lives and ministries.
John Stevens National Director, Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches
Christopher Ash has been a pastor, and is now an author and writer-in-residence at Tyndale House, Cambridge. He was Director of the Proclamation Trust’s Cornhill Training Course from 2004-2015. He is married to Carolyn and they have four children and five grandchildren.
|Dimensions||196 × 127 × 20 mm|
Ash, Christopher, (Author)
The Good Book Company (2019), 240 pages