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Making Disciples in Messy Church

Posted on 24 October 2014 Gavin Glenn

Growing faith in an all-age community


Messy Church has been widely and enthusiastically adopted as a proven and effective way of introducing families to an experience of Christian community and the good news of Jesus. Sceptics ask, ‘Are people becoming Christians through Messy Church?’ The evidence is clear that they are. But the next challenging question is, ‘Can Messy Church also nurture their faith and make these converts into disciples?’

This book analyses how families are journeying to faith through Messy Church and how we can support them. It explores what we mean by discipleship and methods for making disciples from scripture and church tradition. The aim is to encourage ministers and lay leaders to see how their Messy Church can be an intentional disciple-making community.

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