In this article, Frances Nelson and Andrea Mungo examine how a city church of 5000 people cares for the individual spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of members of its congregation. They argue that care cannot let programs, facilities, and staff concerns interfere with interpersonal relationships of leaders and members. The authors explore how personal ministry relationships can be enhanced in a large church. They conclude that the gospel’s agenda of sanctification is a corporate project, not an individual achievement.
The Church Is Doing Better than We Think
When we think about the state of the church today, the negatives often come to mind. While there is much […]