In an age of chasing money and pleasure, we’ve created a culture of envy, emptiness, and depression. Youssef tells us that even the church has bought into worldly values of wealth and status, rather than shining the light of God’s glory on a dying world, and this is what impacts us in missions. Through the life of Moses, Youssef shows how to store up treasure that lasts by living for God’s glory. Moses turned his back on privilege, pleasure, and power to invest in the treasure of God’s glory. The book includes a chapter-by-chapter guide for group discussion or individual study.
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Eventually our well runs dry. Perhaps we dug into the arid ground of perfectionism, anxiety, overwork, or self-promotion while doing ministry. Here’s a map to show where to dig deeply into the well-spring of God’s sustaining grace. With the help of Dallas Willard who personally mentored him, Bill Gaultiere has learned how to live and minister to others in God’s peace and power. With real-life stories, fresh Biblical insights and practical steps, he invites you to enjoy “Your Best Life in Jesus’ Easy Yoke.”
In an age when we crave comfort, affluence, and freedom from pain, the larger story of global Christianity – from Christ, into the early church, and right up to the present – has been shaped by suffering and even martyrdom.
The author asks how do we become the person we were made to be? She points out that busy-ness, distraction, and lack of direction keep us from growth. If we don’t slow down and get some focus, we’ll stay as we are. We’ll miss out on who we were supposed to be.
Faced with mass suffering, such as the current COVID pandemic, plagues, and natural disasters, we may wonder whether God actually cares about all he has created, including us humans.
In this book you will discover a different way of seeing and responding to the Coronavirus pandemic, an approach drawing on Scripture, Christian history, and the way of living, thinking, and praying revealed to us by Jesus. What are we supposed to think about the Coronavirus crisis?
Believers can usually recite well what Jesus Christ has done on their behalf. But few seem to know who he really is – his core, incomparable, and gentle nature.
If we want to know who God is, the best thing we can do is look at Christ. If we want to live the life to which God calls us, we look to Christ. In Jesus we see the true meaning of the love, power, wisdom, justice, peace, care, and majesty of God.
Michael Reeves, who teaches at Wales Evangelical School of Theology, opens the reader to the wonder of Christ. He states that Jesus didn’t just bring us the good news. He is the good news. He helps us understand who Christ is, his work on earth, his death and resurrection, his anticipated return, and how we share in his life.
This book is a missiological theology of the Bible that puts missions at the core of God’s purpose. It advocates for a missiologically theocentric movement that began in the city of Ephesus and lasted for the next generation.
Following the author’s death in 2019, William Carey Publishers picked up this self-published (Amazon) book, newly bringing it to us.