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Book Review: Reappearing Church by Mark Sayers

Book Review: Reappearing Church by Mark Sayers

Book Review: Reappearing Church by Mark Sayers

2 June 2020

Pastor Mark Sayers points the way to corporate renewal in the Church – and it starts within ourselves. layout from Whitehorse Inn.

Reviewed by Doug Davis

Reappearing Church: The hope for renewal in the rise of our Post-Christian culture is for all who hope and pray for revival.

In this book, writer and speaker Mark Sayers points the way to personal and congregational renewal as a precursor to global revival. Sayers pastors Red Church in Melbourne, where he practises the concepts explained in his book that is a manual for small group study.

Sayers contends for an uncompromising, no-holds-barred, personal commitment to renewal. He calls for a remnant of believers hungry for God and motivated by red-hot faith. His analysis of the challenges and opportunities of post-Christianity is convincing – but the call for personal renewal is most compelling.

Reappearing Church is a roadmap to renewal that navigates highways and byways, such as “pseudo-Christianity” contrasted with “holy discontent”. It is not an academic treatise, although it is unashamedly scholarly. Be ready to be confronted about the state of your soul and your need to be reactivated as an empowered witness for Christ.

Reappearing Church is available at Koorong.



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