If God had it His way, what would your church look like?
The New York Times bestselling author of Crazy Love challenges readers to be the Church as God intends.
• Do you want more from your church experience?
• Does the pure gospel put you in a place of awe?
• Are you ready to rethink church as you know it?
Sit with Pastor Francis Chan and be reminded that you are a part of something much bigger than yourself, something sacred.
In his most powerful book yet, Chan digs deep into biblical truth, reflects on his own failures and dreams, and shares stories of ordinary people God is using to change the world.
Chan says, “We’ve strayed so far from what God calls Church. We all know it. We know that what we’re experiencing is radically different from the Church in Scripture. For decades, church leaders like myself have lost sight of the inherent mystery of the Church. We have trained people sitting in the pews to become addicted to lesser things. It’s time for that to change.”
When Jesus returns, will He find us caring for His Bride—even more than for our own lives? Letters to the Church reminds us of how powerful, how glorious the Church once was … and calls us to once again be the Church God intended us to be.
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A wake up call to those who consume church
This book has been a wake up call for me. Francis has done it again but waking us up out of our slumber out of the Laodecia church and showing the criticality of what the early church actually was and should be today.
We’ll done Francis!
Letters to the Church
A wonderful and prophetic Book. I was blessed and thank God that he lead me to read it. I’ve been encouraging my brothers and sisters in Christ to read it.
Swing and s miss...
Francis Chan has moved so far to one side of issues that he no longer promotes the gospel of saved by grace through faith but instead, promotes a gospel of works which isn’t the gospel at all. Of course he would deny doing so and at the same time, determining people’s destiny as dependent upon their deeds. Hypocritically he threatens those who critique the church at the beginning of this book as being condemned by God and then dived head long into critiquing the church and calling for house churches. Bad idea. House churches would be necessary if we cannot congregate due to persecution and pressure, but shouldn’t be the norm. It’s how people start having bad theology. I wouldn’t recommend this book or any of his, and i used to love his books, to new or old believers because his message has been corrupted. His involvement sigh Benny Hinn and the new apostolic movement (which basically practices mysticism and witchcraft) disqualifies him from being a teacher. Like Solomon, Francis Chan has fallen far from where we was and needs our prayers to get him back.