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There is much debate today over the subject of ministry and the place of ministers in the body of Christ. Some have sought to defend a clergy-laity distinction, while others emphasize an “every man ministry” or “level brotherhood,” often as a reaction against the abuse of authority. The overall message of this book is that ministers are not given a special place (or office) above others, but that they are to be “brothers among brethren.” Ministry is not a position, but a God-given grace. Each member of the body of Christ should function in the particular grace God has given him, serving other members with a supply of Christ. If a brother has been given a gift of ministry, he ought to cultivate it and be faithful to God in the way he exercises it, along with other ministers. This book offers great practical and spiritual encouragement to those who want to understand more about God’s purpose and plan for ministry in the church. (For more... More > information and additional literature, see< Less
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New Testament ChurchSource
September 30, 2011
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