The Church Has Left the Building (Jan-Feb 2007)

By Matt Dabbs

by New Wineskins
January – February, 2007

Sometimes when we do an issue or have an idea, you’ve already had it. Like us, you are hard at work in ministry in local churches. The ministry of Christ in local churches worldwide is at the heart of ZOE | New Wineskins. More and more everyday, we’re making Wineskins.org a resource for mission. And you are helping us do that. Wineskins.org is the result of thousands of discerning writers and readers and missionaries both to our own cultures or subcultures and abroad.

John Grant read our issue called “The Church Has Left the Building” and wrote us about a series he produced by the same name. We asked him if we could show it to you, and he is graciously offering it to you for use in your church. His only favor is that you write him and tell him what you think and how he can improve the material.

Links to material: [http://www.collegehills.org/166734.ihtml].

John Grant adapted these materials with help from these resources:

David Wray’s info…
[http://www.acu.edu/academics/cbs/programs/gst/faculty/wray.html]

Chris Benjamin’s info…
[http://westarkchurchofchrist.org/benjamin/]New Wineskins

John GrantJohn has served as the Equipping Minister for the College Hills Church of Christ in Lebanon, TN since July 2005. Prior to that, he worked with churches in Memphis, Tennessee and Norman, Oklahoma. John and his wife Amy have three daughters, and he earned degrees from Lipscomb University and Abilene Christian University. Find his small group curriculum and training materials at [http://www.collegehills.org]. Read his blog at [http://www.johngrant.blogspot.com].

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Matt is the preaching minister at the Auburn Church of Christ in Auburn, Alabama. He and Missy have been married 12 years and are raising two wonderful boys, Jonah and Elijah. Matt is passionate about reaching and discipling young adults, small groups, and teaching. Matt is currently the editor and co-owner of Wineskins.org.

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