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<p>Alan and Eleanor Kreider have been teaching and writing about mission, community, and worship from an Anabaptist perspective for almost four decades. While most of this ministry took place in United Kingdom and North American contexts, their influence spread to continental Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and beyond.</p><p>The contributors to this volume-all affected in some way by the Kreiders' ministry-are a global multi-voiced choir. They are younger and older; academics and community workers; new believers and veterans of the faith. They have come together to celebrate the lifelong contribution the Kreiders have made to forming in so many people the Christian habits necessary for living faithfully in a world where the unraveling of Christendom has never been more apparent.</p><p>This book is a significant practical resource for anyone passionate about the renewal of mission, community, and worship in the church today.</p><p>It was co-published with the Institute of Mennonite Studies.</p> <br> <p>"Old patterns of personal spirituality and community habits, rituals, programs, and techniques are fading away with the Christendom that created them, opening fresh space for a deeper, more conscious relationship with God." —James R. Krabill and Stuart Murray<br></p>

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Alan and Eleanor Kreider have been teaching and writing about mission, community, and worship from an Anabaptist perspective for almost four decades. While most of this ministry took place in United Kingdom and North American contexts, their influence spread to continental Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and beyond.

The contributors to this volume-all affected in some way by the Kreiders' ministry-are a global multi-voiced choir. They are younger and older; academics and community workers; new believers and veterans of the faith. They have come together to celebrate the lifelong contribution the Kreiders have made to forming in so many people the Christian habits necessary for living faithfully in a world where the unraveling of Christendom has never been more apparent.

This book is a significant practical resource for anyone passionate about the renewal of mission, community, and worship in the church today.

It was co-published with the Institute of Mennonite Studies.


"Old patterns of personal spirituality and community habits, rituals, programs, and techniques are fading away with the Christendom that created them, opening fresh space for a deeper, more conscious relationship with God." —James R. Krabill and Stuart Murray

Forming Christian Habits in Post-Christendom
This book is a significant practical resource for anyone passionate about the renewal of mission, community, and worship in the church today.
Edited by James R. Krabill and Stuart Murray
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