Sorted leader launches book on pioneer ministry
News Release: 9 November 2016
The Lead Evangelist of our Bradford Centre of Mission, Andy Milne, launched his new book entitled The DNA of Pioneer Ministry at the Holy Trinity Church in Leeds last night.
The book gives plenty of ideas, practical advice and problem-solving tips for anyone wanting to start a fresh expression of Church (fxC), as well as the most effective ways for sustaining a pioneering ministry over the long term.
In his book, Andy provides answers to some of the common questions that arise when setting up a pioneering ministry, such as: How do I go about forming partnerships for my fxC? How do I build relationships with the individuals I’m reaching out to? How do I start a worship service for the unchurched?
In the book, Andy draws on the stories and experiences in pioneering Sorted, a fresh expression of Church for young people that he set up with his wife, Tracy, in West Yorkshire.
“Apart from my own experiences, I’ve included a variety of examples of fxC for adults and young people across different contexts,” said Andy. “I’ve also highlighted the type of problems, set-backs and failures commonly encountered when starting a pioneering ministry, as there’s a lot to be learned from other people’s mistakes.”
The book is available from all major Christian bookshops or you can order it online by clicking here
Caption: Church Army Evangelist, Andy Milne, holds up his newly-published book entitled The DNA of Pioneer Ministry. Behind him (L-R) are Church Army Chief Executive, Mark Russell with Tracy Milne and James Hawksworth from the Bradford Centre of Mission.
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