Nuno Barreto

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Upward, Outward, Inward by Mitsuo Fukuda
Upward, Outward, Inward by Mitsuo Fukuda
I am all about simplicity in everything, as long as we don't oversimplify to the point of losing what is important. This book is exactly about that kind of simplicity in Christ-like movements expansion.

For those that have read books from Neil Cole, Wolfgang Simson or Alan Hirsch, you won't find much new in this book in terms of principles. What you will find is a good simple and practical description of how those principles work in practice.

I guess that's the main value of the book. Showing that the kingdom of God can grow in a simple way, through relationships of love. And showing how we so many times overcomplicate matters. And we overcomplicate because we want to… Read more
Mere Discipleship: Radical Christianity in a Rebel&hellip by Lee C Camp
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is an excelent book. One of the best books I have ever read.
It's a critic on the current state of the church, but also offers some very important solutions. Shows clearly the roots of christianity.
The Pursuit of God: The Human Thirst for the Divin&hellip by A. W. Tozer
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best from Tozer, 25 Aug 2005
Tozer is a great author, and this book clearly shows why. The pursuit of God is a vivid description of what needs changing in the church today. It's incredible that this book remains pertinent to the days we live in. Almost prophetic, in that sense.

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