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A Theory of Lay Ministry Praxis

Kenya Assemblies of God Denomination Nairobi County

Duke Fitz-Theodore Randolph

Regnum (2017), 305pp, ISBN: 1-9113.7206-6

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How do lay people in Kenyan Assemblies of God serve each other? What environments help them do this well? Such are some of this book’s key questions. And the key answer? An identity in Christ, rather than ethnicity or culture, is vital. In reaching this and other conclusions, Duke Fitz-Theodore Randolph’s ground-breaking research takes congregational studies beyond the West and makes a significant contribution to empirical theology. This book should help with the training of future leaders and the release of lay people into their God-given ministries in Africa and elsewhere. I warmly recommend it. Dr William P Atkinson, Senior Lecturer in Pentecostal & Charismatic Studies, London School of Theology

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