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From Here to Maturity: Overcoming the Juvenilization of American Christianity (Paperback)
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From Here to Maturity: Overcoming the Juvenilization of American Christianity (Paperback)

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Paperback 176 Pages / Published: 23/12/2014
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Publisher: William B Eerdmans Publishing Co
ISBN: 9780802869449
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 272 g
Dimensions: 152 x 240 x 15 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"Catholic Library World"
"Bergler's synthesis of his previous work coupled with application that integrates notable works on spiritual growth, makes this brief work an excellent book addressing a critical issue in today's Church."
David Neff
-- former editor in chief of "Christianity Today"
Though only individuals can be mature, Thomas Bergler argues that spiritual maturity can only be achieved in the context of community. That makes your spiritual growth (and mine) everybody s business. In "From Here to Maturity" church leaders will discover a helpful guide from which to gain the vision and develop a plan for their church members to grow up in the Lord.
Daniel Keating
-- Sacred Heart Major Seminary
This book explains "what" spiritual maturity is, "why" we should pursue it, and "how" we can reach it. Readers are treated to a compelling vision of what mature Christian discipleship looks like and at the same time given practical means to implement that vision in real life. . . . A significant contribution to a hugely important subject for the church today.
Dean Borgman
-- Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Important, challenging, and ecumenically friendly. . . . Bergler explains, step by step, how a church can stem the influence of juvenilization and promote spiritually mature Christians. A substantive discussion of spiritual formation.
"Ordained Servant"
"This book is an essential companion to"The Juvenilization of American Christianity." Both should be required reading for sessions and youth leaders.""
David Neff
former editor in chief of"Christianity Today"
"Though only individuals can be mature, Thomas Bergler argues that spiritual maturity can only be achieved in the context of community. That makes your spiritual growth (and mine) everybody's business. In"From Here to Maturity"church leaders will discover a helpful guide from which to gain the vision and develop a plan for their church members to grow up in the Lord."
Daniel Keating
Sacred Heart Major Seminary
"This book explains"what"spiritual maturity is, "why"we should pursue it, and"how"we can reach it. Readers are treated to a compelling vision of what mature Christian discipleship looks like and at the same time given practical means to implement that vision in real life. . . . A significant contribution to a hugely important subject for the church today."
Dean Borgman
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
"Important, challenging, and ecumenically friendly. . . . Bergler explains, step by step, how a church can stem the influence of juvenilization and promote spiritually mature Christians. A substantive discussion of spiritual formation."
"Catholic Library World"
"Bergler's synthesis of his previous work coupled with application that integrates notable works on spiritual growth, makes this brief work an excellent book addressing a critical issue in today's Church."
"Ordained Servant"
"This book is an essential companion to"The Juvenilization of American Christianity." Both should be required reading for sessions and youth leaders."
"Lutheran Quarterly"
"Bergler does an outstanding job describing youth culture.""
David Neff
-- former editor in chief of Christianity Today
-Though only individuals can be mature, Thomas Bergler argues that spiritual maturity can only be achieved in the context of community. That makes your spiritual growth (and mine) everybody's business. In From Here to Maturity church leaders will discover a helpful guide from which to gain the vision and develop a plan for their church members to grow up in the Lord.-

Daniel Keating
-- Sacred Heart Major Seminary
-This book explains what spiritual maturity is, why we should pursue it, and how we can reach it. Readers are treated to a compelling vision of what mature Christian discipleship looks like and at the same time given practical means to implement that vision in real life. . . . A significant contribution to a hugely important subject for the church today.-

Dean Borgman
-- Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
-Important, challenging, and ecumenically friendly. . . . Bergler explains, step by step, how a church can stem the influence of juvenilization and promote spiritually mature Christians. A substantive discussion of spiritual formation.-

Catholic Library World
-Bergler's synthesis of his previous work coupled with application that integrates notable works on spiritual growth, makes this brief work an excellent book addressing a critical issue in today's Church.-

Ordained Servant
-This book is an essential companion to The Juvenilization of American Christianity. Both should be required reading for sessions and youth leaders.-

Lutheran Quarterly
-Bergler does an outstanding job describing youth culture.-

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