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The Five Marks of Mission: Making God's Mission Ours

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Mission: a term universally acknowledged but hotly debated in the Body of Christ, his church. What does it mean in the 21st century of diversity and pluralism?

Using the Anglican "five marks of mission" as his framework, Chris Wright sets out the whole concern of God for the redemption and healing of the whole person. God's mission is seen to go far beyond the traditional c
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Paperback, 38 pages
Published May 30th 2016 by Micah Global
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“One of the most fertile grounds for disagreement among Christians is our understanding of what is meant by ‘mission’” (p. 5). In this short book Chris Wright combines the five points of the mission statement adopted by the 1988 Lambeth Commission of bishops of the worldwide Anglican Communion into three focuses: evangelism/teaching, justice/compassion, and creation care. Wright is a committed evangelical. He ‘wrote the book’ on The Mission of God, and is probably the most powerful evangelical t ...more
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Christopher Wright is the author of dozens of horror fiction books for children and young adults. He writes under the pseudonyms Johnathan Rand and Christopher Knight. Almost all of Wright's books (save American Chillers) take place in his home state of Michigan.
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