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Scott lives in Phoenix, NY and is currently leading and participating in Church of the Common Table, a spiritual family attempting to live and love as apprentices of Jesus.
By Scott Emery on 08/25/2012
Does our attachment to universal, programmatic methods of evangelism coupled with our practices of placelessness drastically hinder us from truly loving our neighbors and living in community?
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By Scott Emery on 08/14/2012
Those who claim to follow Jesus are not called to merely wave, but to love our neighbors. Love builds community for love springs from the being who is communal love: the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit…
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By Scott Emery on 07/05/2012
If you have been well-versed in the missional conversation this book will continue to expand your conception of the nature of the church and how to put feet to it. If you are just getting your feet wet in the missional conversation this book will blow your mind and then put it all back together again…
Posted in Book Reviews | Tagged APEST, Apostolic Christianity, book review, Christianity, church, ecclesia, leadership, missional, Missional Church, missional resources, praxis, Theology | Leave a response