APEST Culture: Almost a Silver Bullet by Alan Hirsch

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By Alan Hirsch

Culture is made up of many diverse symbols, forms, ideas, languages, actions, rituals, and so on. I use the term “APEST culture” here deliberately because I want it to include not only the essential issue of personal vocation and calling, but also all the various social functions associated with each aspect of APEST, as well as the language and symbols we use to communicate meaningfully about the ministry and mission of the church. In other words, APEST culture is a comprehensive category by which to assess, understand, and develop the full ministry of the church. READ MORE

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