Church Zero by Peyton Jones
Raising 1st Century Churches out of the Ashes of the 21st Century Church

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A radical call to reform, Church Zero is a punk-rock approach to the pressing issue of gaining ground as rapidly as the early church. With a fresh perspective forged in the dirty trenches of international post-Christian societies, Peyton Jones pulls no punches as he brings this message to the American Church: We have lost our way.

The church is losing ground fast: losing the generation under age 30 and drawing few nonbelievers toward Christ.  Christ gave us a leadership model for commando outreach, and the church has ignored it for too long. Will we continue down the path of self-preservation, defending our stalled church structures? Or will we follow the blueprint Jesus lays out?  Church Zero challenges readers to once again become a radical, dangerous people who cannot be ignored. It’s time to break out!
 

About Peyton Jones

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Peyton Jones is founding coach of New Breed Church Planting UK/USA. A serial church planter, Jones is currently planting his second stateside church in urban Long Beach, California. He planted his at age 24 and has worked as a tentmaker, a firefighter, factory worker, and psychiatric nurse, bringing all these experiences to the table in ministry. Jones received his MA Theology: Pastoral Studies from Wales Evangelical School of Theology and served as the evangelist for Lloyd-Jones’s legendary Sandfields church, Aberavon.
 
Published April 1, 2013 by David C. Cook. 240 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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