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The statistics are sobering. Frustrated church members across Europe and North America are leaving their congregations. Why? Floyd McClung believes that God is realigning the church"€"that he wants to use people's frustration to motivate them toward change. The kind of change McClung envisions may surprise you. It involves a valley of dry bones ready for use"€"ready to bec The statistics are sobering. Frustrated church members across Europe and North America are leaving their congregations. Why? Floyd McClung believes that God is realigning the church"€"that he wants to use people's frustration to motivate them toward change. The kind of change McClung envisions may surprise you. It involves a valley of dry bones ready for use"€"ready to become an army"€"but only after they are prophesied over. The dry bones are the poor, the rebellious, the marginalized of society, the young, the uneducated. They carry wounds, have been abused, suffer from AIDS, are widows and single parents. They are waiting for someone to believe in them, uphold them in community, and send them out in the service of God.


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The statistics are sobering. Frustrated church members across Europe and North America are leaving their congregations. Why? Floyd McClung believes that God is realigning the church"€"that he wants to use people's frustration to motivate them toward change. The kind of change McClung envisions may surprise you. It involves a valley of dry bones ready for use"€"ready to bec The statistics are sobering. Frustrated church members across Europe and North America are leaving their congregations. Why? Floyd McClung believes that God is realigning the church"€"that he wants to use people's frustration to motivate them toward change. The kind of change McClung envisions may surprise you. It involves a valley of dry bones ready for use"€"ready to become an army"€"but only after they are prophesied over. The dry bones are the poor, the rebellious, the marginalized of society, the young, the uneducated. They carry wounds, have been abused, suffer from AIDS, are widows and single parents. They are waiting for someone to believe in them, uphold them in community, and send them out in the service of God.

30 review for You See Bones, I See an Army: Changing the Way We Do Church

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jeremiah

    Quick read, lots of stories and personal anecdotes. You can skip over them to get to get to the good stuff.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Haije Bergstra

    Book starts well with explaining what simple church is. The second is less interesting end more of the same what others said before.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    Floyd is a good writer, a great tactician in Christian work and a good man. And what he proposes has had significant impact on South Africa and other developing nations. But the Organic Church does not currently touch the heart of North Americans. There is much within me that wishes it would. But at this current time in NA church history, this is a book out of place.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mike Jr.

    Incredible and Inspiring! God really spoke to me through the wise counsel and stirring challenge of this book! I highlighted passages just about every other page...the most I have done in a book in a very long time. A must-read for those wanting to see the church invigorated and for us to learn how to reach our world and disciple well.

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