Incorporation



Hope Church its clergy and its people are quite a congregation, an unforgettable cast of saints and sinners While serving a heavenly realm, they also have their feet plainly planted in the muck and mire of the real world Here is an Easter story of ordinary folk caught in the gracious grasp of an extraordinary God In this rollicking, hilarious, sometimes pathetic, fast paced, and always entertaining journey through a month of Sundays at Hope Church, we meet a wild cast of characters in church people surprised to be the body of Christ Sex, violence, greed, grunge, lust, and lies all in church Saints and sinners all, caught within the embrace of a God who refuses to make proper distinctions. Download Incorporation by William H. Willimon – tiffanydaniels.co.ukIncorporation

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Incorporation  By William H. Willimon IBN : 1610974700 Format : Paperback – tiffanydaniels.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 266 pages
  • Incorporation
  • William H. Willimon
  • English
  • 12 December 2018
  • 1610974700

10 thoughts on “Incorporation

  1. says:

    I confess at the get go that I have worked in a church office for 15 years Consequently, this novel resonates on many levels Stephen, a newly minted M.Div., arrives at Hope Church for his first ministerial job as youth pastor He finds a dysfunctional staff with a senior pastor who is in ministry for all the wrong reasons Stephen quickly discovers that seminary did not prepare him for life in the trenches.I laughed throughout the novel Even t...

  2. says:

    As a pastor and seminary grad, there were portions of this book that made me cringe because I ve seen similar things Working with the staff of Hope Church would be the perfect storm of dysfunction, to say the least And when Stephen, the new youth pastor and token minority hire finds himself up to his neck in problematic co workers and clueless congregation, he doesn t have a clue what to do.But in the end, well.God s calling is something you can t avoid, no matter how crazy it sometimes se As a pastor and seminary grad, there were portions of this book that made me cringe because I ve seen similar things Working with the staff of Hope Church would be the perfect storm of dysfunction, to say the least And when Stephen, the new youth pastor and token minority hire finds himself up to his neck in problematic co workers and clueless congregation, he doesn t have a clue what to do.But in the end, well.God s calling is something you...

  3. says:

    And we thought Paul had it tough in Corinth In the beginning it was difficult to read this book because it hit a little too close to home As our membership ritual at one time put it the church is of God and will be preserved to the end of time, but sometimes you have to wonder.

  4. says:

    so so

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