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Tim Chester

4.18 of 5 Votes: 1
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A Meal with Jesus: Discovering Grace, Community, & Mission Around the Table (2011)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: Tim Chester explains the significance of eating in ministry crystal clear. He attacks this topic from every angle and totally convinces us. Some of the points may have been pushing the agenda and you might disagree with them, but over all it is a great topical argument. I admit...
Everyday Church: Gospel Communities on Mission (2012)
4.23 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Compelling and challenging description of church as it ought to be, much more than a one hour Sunday big group activity. The picture of the church is drawn from 1 Peter and focuses on encouraging church to be on the streets, so to speak, with Christians doing ordinary things with...
Total Church: A Radical Reshaping Around Gospel and Community (2008)
4.09 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: Unlike many non-fiction books, that, for me, get redundant in the second half, this one got better. And the last chapter on"Success" was excellent. The western church, or at least the church in the United States, measures success through size and therefore, deems mega-churches as...
You Can Change: God's Transforming Power for Our Sinful Behavior and Negative Emotions (2010)
4.3 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Excellent book - though repetitive sometimes, the fact is that I need that kind of repetition to hammer home the concept of grace and change and God's greatness and goodness. I would say there's no magical formula to change...except he captures a four-part concept of it that I t...
Met Jezus aan tafel (2013)
4.1 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I enjoyed this book and found it thought provoking. Dr. Chester is not a Catholic, so I expected I would not relate to some of his views on the "symbols" of the bread and wine, which to Catholics are not symbols, but true body and blood. And while their was some discussion of tha...
Midden in het leven (2012)
4.09 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: A good book that challenges us about the way we do church. I've had an interest in house churches for sometime and this is probably the best book I'ver read on small communities like house churches. The authors look at church through the lens of the gospel word (foundational and ...
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