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Peter Roennfeldt sees a changed church in a changed world

Dr Peter Roennfeldt has launched three new books in the past few months, each addressing specific issues affecting the church, including the impact of COVID-19.

New possibilities modelled for changing church

Dr Peter Roennfeldt's new book outlines a new model for church following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bible project success raises important questions

Enjoy the Living Word, a book produced by Signs Publishing, has been developed to answer many questions in the Pacific Islands, primarily about Bible translations.

Book Review: If You Are Thirsty, You Can Be Spirit-filled

There has been much contention and confusion regarding the Holy Spirit throughout Christian history. Peter Roennfeldt's new book points us back to Jesus as the starting point for understanding and experiencing the Holy Spirit.

Peter Roennfeldt talks thirst for the Holy Spirit

The author explains how a good theology of the Holy Spirit adds to our understanding of discipleship.

New book prescribes Spirit for thirsty disciples

Dr Roennfeldt sees the focus of his new book as an extension of his previous books that have focused on New Testament stories, disciple-making and church models.

If You Can Eat launched in French

“This book is so simple and yet shows so powerfully that every follower can lead others to Jesus in a friendly environment,” says Pastor Victor Kulakov.

Being or making disciples?

The idea of being disciples has become the fall-back position of many not actively engaged in disciple-making.

If your French-speaking church is closed

The translation was released two weeks after the original eBook—a guide for pastors seeking to lead and grow their churches amid the closure of church buildings in response to COVID-19—was launched on April 3.

Book Review: Following the Apostles’ Vision

"The implications that Dr Roennfeldt draws from his study are disruptive to our conventional ways of thinking about church, discipleship and mission."
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