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It’s been 17 years since it’s publication in 2000 and it’s still amazingly relevant today. Eddie Gibbs has skillfully avoided the pitfall of suggesting whimsical fads to address the real issues facing the modern/postmodern church. His research is thorough, his observations are keen, and his conclusions are rock solid.
Many churches have become distracted with the trappings of operating an institution that has unwittingly lost its ability to connect with a postmodern culture. He advocates a return to discipleship and reforming our church structure to address many of its pain points.
An original Christianity Today Book of the Year, its points remain relevant and worth reading.