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We Are the Family of God.   When you look at the church today, what do you see? A corporation with a CEO at the helm? A social organization that does good things for the community? Pastor Ross Parsley believes that neither of those pictures is God’s desire. Instead, God wants His church to function as a family—a group of real people who love each other and c We Are the Family of God.   When you look at the church today, what do you see? A corporation with a CEO at the helm? A social organization that does good things for the community? Pastor Ross Parsley believes that neither of those pictures is God’s desire. Instead, God wants His church to function as a family—a group of real people who love each other and care for one another’s needs, no matter how messy. Our culture is dying for the kind of community that only the church can provide—if we are living as God intended: as a family, protecting one another, extending grace, and loving unconditionally. We are not called to be consumers who ask what the church can offer us. We are called to love deeply, fight fairly, and bring hope to a generation of people starving to belong to something greater than themselves. Welcome to the family. You belong here. ENHANCED EDITION: This eBook includes three full-length songs, two music videos, and a special video introduction from the author.


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We Are the Family of God.   When you look at the church today, what do you see? A corporation with a CEO at the helm? A social organization that does good things for the community? Pastor Ross Parsley believes that neither of those pictures is God’s desire. Instead, God wants His church to function as a family—a group of real people who love each other and c We Are the Family of God.   When you look at the church today, what do you see? A corporation with a CEO at the helm? A social organization that does good things for the community? Pastor Ross Parsley believes that neither of those pictures is God’s desire. Instead, God wants His church to function as a family—a group of real people who love each other and care for one another’s needs, no matter how messy. Our culture is dying for the kind of community that only the church can provide—if we are living as God intended: as a family, protecting one another, extending grace, and loving unconditionally. We are not called to be consumers who ask what the church can offer us. We are called to love deeply, fight fairly, and bring hope to a generation of people starving to belong to something greater than themselves. Welcome to the family. You belong here. ENHANCED EDITION: This eBook includes three full-length songs, two music videos, and a special video introduction from the author.

55 review for Messy Church Enhanced eBook: A Multigenerational Mission for God's Family

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    Bob Morton

    I always wondered why the church that I had been attending for years started doing the things they did the way they did. Thanks to this book I know why. They had read this book or one like it. I do not disagree with the author on the premise of a church as a family, nor do I disagree with his thoughts that all generations should be at the table together. What I do disagree with is the concept that this can be done in a church that has been around for a while. When it did happen, people started t I always wondered why the church that I had been attending for years started doing the things they did the way they did. Thanks to this book I know why. They had read this book or one like it. I do not disagree with the author on the premise of a church as a family, nor do I disagree with his thoughts that all generations should be at the table together. What I do disagree with is the concept that this can be done in a church that has been around for a while. When it did happen, people started to vote with their feet how they felt about the church. I weathered it out for a while but as I saw needed ministries be gutted because they could no longer be supported, and the one that I was involved with was one of them, I left as well. This book is better to be read by a person who is involved with a new church rather than trying to change an existing one. There was a lot of good material in it. I just feel that trying to steer a big ship is not as easy as steering a row boat. Most people will not last long enough in bigger churches to get the ship on the course that it needs to be.

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