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Telos: The Hope of Heaven Today by Leonard Sweet and Len Wilson
Are we living through the beginning of the end?
The end has indeed begun – but it is not the special effects explosion many of us imagine. For too long, we’ve gotten the end wrong, which leads to poor decisions with dead-end consequences. To live a better Christian story, we need a better vision of the end.
Telos argues for a new way of looking at the end: as the culmination of God’s grand story. It introduces Jesus’ most important word in describing the end: the Greek word telos. Telos is the rhythm of human history; the presence of God; the plot, purpose, and completion of the story. The end is the kingdom of God, and the kingdom is here and now.
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Both/And by Jason Moore
In Both/And, church technology pioneer, Jason Moore, shares three proven models for hybrid worship and practical considerations for each. You’ll get best practices, step-by-step guides, and scripts for worship, teaching, hospitality, prayer, and more, so you can make online worship work for your church – even if you have limited time and resources.
Packed with resources, examples, and practical know-how, Both/And will give you fresh vision for how worship can become something that lives beyond the moment, no matter when or where someone participates.
Greater Things: The Work of the New Creation by Len Wilson
Greater Things offers both a thought-provoking exploration of the theological and philosophical history of innovation and a practical new vision for how Christians can be creators of change in the world – the kind of innovation our culture desperately needs.
Pulling from the stories of great Christian changemakers throughout history, Dr. Len Wilson proposes a six-step blueprint for Spirit-fueled innovation, helping you discover how you can be part of creating and cultivating authentic flourishing for all, now and for eternity.