Are there gaps between what we believe and what we do? Does society influence us more than our theology? Why are churches often places of stress and strain rather than peace and renewal?
In Bridging the Gaps, Trevor Neill shines a compassionate light on the hidden and often unacknowledged contradictions of the contemporary UK church. Exploring their subtle spiritual, social and cultural roots, he demonstrates the adverse effects of these gaps on us all, both individually and collectively.
But with a passionate confidence in God and His people, Trevor shows how we can respond. Each chapter ends with thought-provoking questions exploring how our congregations and communities can be transformed as we fill in the gaps one person and one church at a time.