I am currently writing a book with IVP that explores the intersection of liturgy and mission. In this new book, I argue that the ancient practices of the church root us in the life, death, and resurrection of Christ and compel the church into the world on mission. I draw inspiration from the traditional practices of the Church and explore how they can offer a holistic framework for everyday Christian living, discipleship, and mission in the 21st century.
Every era in the history of the church has both called for, and given us, the intelligent and anointed young minds required for the day. Winfield Bevins is a classic example.
Winfield Bevins is a fresh voice with new insights and solid church-planting experience. His insights are worth your time!
Bevins is a practitioner, not an armchair theologian. We all can learn something from this man, and it is a pleasure to commend his teaching to you.
With a love for history and a passion for today’s church, Winfield Bevins has helped us reimagine church multiplication in a way that focuses on making and multiplying disciples for the twenty-first century.