The New Testament model for the church is neither pragmatic fluff nor sterile traditionalism, but rather biblically driven, which places her somewhere between the traditional and contemporary church models.
-Seasoned by decades of pastoral experience, Ronnie Rogers makes a compelling, biblical-theological case that an equipping church fulfills God's plan for the bride of Christ.-
Adam Harwood, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Theology, McFarland Chair of Theology New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
-This book gives the reader a robust ecclesiology, a biblical philosophy of ministry, and a host of practical exhortations that will lead to biblical reformation among God's people.-
Josh Wagner, M.A. Biblical Languages
Pastor, Berry Road Baptist Church Norman, OK
-On rare occasions I read a book that I simply can't put down until the last page. This is such a book...From his fertile mind, gifted pen, and more than thirty years of pastoral experience, comes a work that everyone in Christian ministry must read. Rogers cuts through the murk of all the discussions and debates about traditional and contemporary ministry approaches.-
David L. Allen, Ph.D.
Dean of the School of Theology
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary