The Post-Church Church: The Shift from Program and Place to People and Practice

These last few years represent the wildfire years for the culture and for the church, not so that the church may die but so that the church may repent and live again. If you only consider the usual metrics as surveys do, it can look like the church, and maybe even Christianity itself, is declining in America, but is it? With clarity, humility, and love for the church, Peter holds out hope and brings keen analysis of trends and our cultural moment that rings true and points toward a much-needed paradigm shift--a call for the church to be essential in its theology, humble in its practice of power, relational in its focus, and trusting of a supernatural God, who is able to do abundantly to bring about a postfire superbloom.

--Peter Sung

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