How do lay people in the Kenyan Assemblies of God church serve one another? What environments help them do this well? Such are some of this book's key questions. And the key answer? Identity in Christ, rather than ethnicity or culture, is vital.
In reaching this conclusion and others, Duke Fitz-Theodore Randolph takes congregational studies beyond the West and makes a significant research contribution to empirical theology. This book promises to be an asset for training future leaders and releasing lay people into their God-given ministries in Africa and elsewhere.