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Timothy Keller

Serve a movement

Serve a movement

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It takes a movement to reach a city

Today, many Christian leaders strive to achieve a growing post-Christian culture, without negotiating an orthodox theology. How do we communicate the concepts of sin, grace and atonement in our culture and in our contexts?

In his award-winning book Centered Church , bestselling author and pastor Timothy Keller traces a theological vision organized around three commitments: gospel, city, and movement. In Serving a Movement , Keller discusses the nature of the church's mission and its relationship to the work of individual Christians in the world. Examines what it means to be a missional church today and how churches can equip people to live missionally. It also highlights the need to foster international movements to plant new churches that faithfully proclaim God's truth and serve their communities.

This edition develops the content of the third part of Iglesia Centro in an easy-to-read format, and also includes the reflections of four collaborators—Tim Chester, Daniel Montgomery, Mike Cosper and Alan Hirsch—who will delve into the importance of narrative in shaping a missional culture, in the theology of worship within an integrational ministry, and in the concept of liminality in creating new movements, as well as Timothy Keller's insightful answers on these topics.

You can read a small sample of the book here ↓


Timothy Keller founded Redeemer Church in New York with his wife Kathy and their three children. Through Redeemer City to City he has trained leaders who have started more than 300 churches in 50 cities around the world. Keller is the author of Encounters with Jesus, Gospel & Life and The Songs of Jesus.


“In a rapidly changing culture that seems strange to many Christians (just as Christians seem strange to many in the culture!), it is easy for believers to give up and adopt a totally defensive posture. In this important book, Tim Keller explains the gospel and carefully but firmly reminds us that it is non-negotiable. At the same time it allows us to reflect on how we can responsibly interact with culture, how we can—indeed, should—appreciate the good things in it, and how we can firmly and faithfully apply the gospel. However, it is not a practical and mechanical book; rather, it is a reflective meditation on very important themes of Scripture, written by someone who has faithfully exercised a pastoral ministry in a large city for two decades.”
- DA Carson, author of The God Who Is Present

“No one has heard more intimately the harmonies of city, culture, church and Scripture than Tim Keller. In Centered Church, he not only describes the different chords of the music, but tells us how he has orchestrated the results to benefit the ministry of evangelistic outreach and renewal. It is now our turn to listen, as Tim practically but powerfully prepares us to participate in this great symphony of the gospel.”
- Bryan Chapell, author of Christ-Centered Preaching and Grace Without Limits

“This extraordinary book, like the Manhattan ministry from which it emanates, demonstrates how Reformed theological discernment and wise pastoral intelligence can combine to achieve spiritual results in urban contexts everywhere. Each page illustrates. Keller is a tremendous gift to the church today.”
- JI Packer, author of Knowing God


Author: Timothy Keller

ISBN: 9781955182041

Dimensions: 13.8 x 21 cm (half letter format)

Cover type: Rustic

Number of pages: 336

Weight: 338 g

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