Review of Hawkins and Parkinson, Move: What 1000 Churches Reveal About Spiritual Growth (Conspectus Volume 14 September 2012)

By: Asumang, Annang
Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceAnalytics: Show analyticsPublisher: Johannesburg, South Africa South African Theological Seminary Press 2012Description: 18p PDF A4Subject(s): Church, Spiritual Growth -- Book ReviewSummary: One of the positive trends in contemporary conservative Christian circles is the renewed focus on discipleship and spiritual formation. Like the rest of the society in which it witnesses, the church is coming round to once again appreciate that quality is as important as quantity. So, it is now widely reaffirmed that the number of people attending church services or involved in Christian activities are on their own unreliable for gauging the spiritual health of the church. The quality of spiritual development, at both individual and congregational levels, is even more important.
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Conspectus : The Journal of the South African Theological Seminary, Volume 14, Issue 09, Sep 2012, p. 173 - 190

One of the positive trends in contemporary conservative Christian circles is the renewed focus on discipleship and spiritual formation. Like the rest of the society in which it witnesses, the church is coming round to once again appreciate that quality is as important as quantity. So, it is now widely reaffirmed that the number of people attending church services or involved in Christian activities are on their own unreliable for gauging the spiritual health of the church. The quality of spiritual development, at both individual and congregational levels, is even more important.

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