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The Trellis and the Vine Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 978-1921441-585
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 208
  • Publisher: Matthias Media

The Trellis and the Vine: The Ministry Mind-Shift That Changes Everything

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A book that Mark Dever calls “the best book I’ve read on the nature of church ministry.” Helps the reader think through, both biblically and practically, the dangers of being busy as a full-time pastor and how it can rob you of focus on what ought to be the priorities in your time. Digging more deeply into the New Testament’s view of Christian ministry, the authors argue that a major mind-shift is necessary for many churches and pastors if we are to fulfill the Great Commission and see disciples grow in grace.

There is vine work: the prayerful preaching and teaching of the word of God to see people converted and grow to maturity as disciples of Christ. Vine work is the Great Commission.

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The Trellis and the Vine

The Ministry Mind-Shift that Changes Everything

A book that Mark Dever calls “the best book I’ve read on the nature of church ministry.” Helps the reader think through, both biblically and practically, the dangers of being busy as a full-time pastor and how it can rob you of focus on what ought to be the priorities in your time. Digging more deeply into the New Testament’s view of Christian ministry, the authors argue that a major mind-shift is necessary for many churches and pastors if we are to fulfill the Great Commission and see disciples grow in grace.

There is vine work: the prayerful preaching and teaching of the word of God to see people converted and grow to maturity as disciples of Christ. Vine work is the Great Commission.

And there is trellis work: creating and maintaining the physical and organizational structures and programs that support vine work and its growth.

What’s the state of the trellis and the vine in your work? Has trellis work taken over, as it has a habit of doing? Is the vine work being done by very few – perhaps only the pastor and only on Sundays? And is the vine starting to wilt as a result?

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