Author Ed Delph challenges traditional mindsets about the church and its relation to the neighboring community in his new release, Church@Community. Dr. Delph proposes a paradigm shift in the way churches relate to the community at large. Instead of disengaging itself from secular activities, the church should be a sphere of influence in business, government, education, and entertainment. In this unique book on community reformation, Delph challenges conventionalism and the status quo. Based on the Book of Nehemiah, Church@Community addresses the need for Christian entrepreneurialism, diversity in the church, and strategic prayer. Written for pastors and leaders as well as anyone desiring to see transformation, church@Community raises a new standard for the body of Christ.
Ed Delph, DMin, who has traveled to or ministered in over 160 countries, has been a pastor for over twenty-five years. He is currently the founding pastor of an exciting new church called Church@Community built on the principles of this book.
Ed received his Doctorate of Ministry in Faith in Culture from Phoenix University of Theology. He also devotes himself to the call of NATIONStrategy, an organization that unleashes the potential of communities through the strategic alliance of church, business, government, and media.
A noted speaker, author, and an apostolic figure to many churches globally, Ed serves, "the Church" as well as "a church." He is Dean of Faith in Culture at Phoenix University of Theology as well as serving on the National Council of Ecclesiology.
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