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Author: Liza Hoeksma,Mike Pilavachi
ISBN: 0830738142
Language: English
Pages: 160 pages
Category: Christian Living
Publisher: Regal; First Edition edition (May 7, 2007)
Rating: 4.9
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When Necessary Use Words book. Mike Pilavachi, Liza Hoeksma (Goodreads Author).

When Necessary Use Words book. How do we integrate worship, evangelism, and justice into our lives as a whole, rather than compartmentalizing all three? Mike Pilavachi wants to see all three elements come together! With humorous prose and fascinating stories, h Deep down we know it: There has to be more than singing songs on Sunday morning, handing out tracts at work, or helping out at the soup kitchen.

How do we integrate worship, evangelism, and justice into our lives as a whole, rather than compartmentalizing all three? Mike Pilavachi wants to see all three elements come together! With humorous prose and fascinating stories, he shows how the natural outflow of worship is telling people.

How do we integrate worship, evangelism, and justice into our lives as a whole, rather than compartmentalizing all three? Mike Pilavachi wants to see all three elements come together! With humorous prose and fascinating stories, he shows how the natural outflow of worship is telling people about Jesus, and compassionately helping them navigate the injustices of the world. We can't invite someone to church and ignore their physical needs; nor can we give out food at the local church pantry and disregard people's spiritual hunger.

Published by Regal Books, a division of Gospel Light, Ventura, C. ww. egalbooks. Mike Pilavachi is the founder and leader of Soul Survivor, a powerful international movement that seeks to reach, disciple, equip and empower young people to make a difference in their generation. Pilavachi is also a popular speaker and pastor of Soul Survivor Watford, a London-based congregation that aims to reach out to the youth of Watford, England.

When Necessary Use Words. Changing Lives Through Worship, Justice and Evangelism. by: Mike Pilavachi, Liza Hoeksma. MIKE PILAVACHI is the founder and leader of Soul Survivor, a powerful international movement that seeks to reach, disciple, equip, and empower young people to make a difference in their generation. Continue reading about Mike Pilavachi. Continue reading about Liza Hoeksma.

Deep down we know it: There has to be more than singing songs on Sunday morning, handing out tracts at work, or help.

When Necessary Use Words discusses the connection between worship, evangelism and justice. Mike states emphatically that true worship will arise out of the Christian's life, and conversely that true worship has a tremendous impact on the daily life of the worshiper, both in how they talk about Jesus, and how they treat their neighbors. The author makes his points with stories and humor rather than deep theological thinking. This makes the book readable for anybody in the church, lay or clergy.

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Deep down we know it: There has to be more than singing songs on Sunday morning, handing out tracts at work, or helping out at the soup kitchen. How do we integrate worship, evangelism, and justice into our lives as a whole, rather than compartmentalizing all three? Mike Pilavachi wants to see all three elements come together! With humorous prose and fascinating stories, he shows how the natural outflow of worship is telling people about Jesus, and compassionately helping them navigate the injustices of the world. We can’t invite someone to church and ignore their physical needs; nor can we give out food at the local church pantry and disregard people’s spiritual hunger. Says Pilavachi: “A life of passionate worship means feeding the hungry, standing up for those who suffer injustice…We must preach the gospel at all times, speaking and acting out God’s love to a hurt and broken world.”
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Mike Pilavachi, the founder of Soul Survivor, an international organization that empowers young people, writes a book that is both easy to read and challenging.

When Necessary Use Words discusses the connection between worship, evangelism and justice. Mike states emphatically that true worship will arise out of the Christian's life, and conversely that true worship has a tremendous impact on the daily life of the worshiper, both in how they talk about Jesus, and how they treat their neighbors.

The author makes his points with stories and humor rather than deep theological thinking. This makes the book readable for anybody in the church, lay or clergy. Don't be fooled by his casual style, Mike's work is biblically and theologically sound. He challenges the reader to make their whole life one that praises God. He takes a look at worship in the Bible as revealed by the Psalms, by the prophets, and by Jesus himself. He shows that authenticity and compassion are the hallmarks of worship. Mike also argues that God expects that justice will be part of worship. Compassion for God's people will lead not only to striving for justice, but to living in such a way that the Gospel become clear through our actions. Thus the final part of the trio comes into play. Evangelism, according to the author is more about living out God's love than preaching at the people we are trying to reach.

This slim volume can be read in a couple of nights. It would make an interesting study for clergy, worship leaders, or people in the pews who want to add a new dimension to their worship living.

Armchair Interviews says: Reading this book could very well change not just how you worship, but how you live.