In Divine Intention, Shallenberger takes an in-depth look at how the early church managed to rise above the conflicts and dysfunction in the wake of the crucifixion of Christ and deal with the same problems we face today. Be encouraged by their passion for God and their passion to overcome those difficulties so we too can begin living the life God intended us to live.
The early church in the book of Acts can truly show us how to fulfill God's Divine Intention.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Honor Books
Publication Date: 2007
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When a group of people practice something for two thousand years, the expectation is that they'd eventually get whatever it was they were committed to doing right.
But the fact is that we as individuals and as a corporate community are still struggling with many of the issues that plagued the early church.
Larry Shallenberger takes a fresh look at the book of Acts to help you gain a deeper understanding of how God moved in the early church and what that means for you today.
Larry Shallenberger is the Pastor of Children's and Student Ministries at Grace Baptist Church. He oversees ministries that touch the lives of churchgoers ages 0 to 25.
Larry also is the author of Lead the Way God Made You and a monthly columnist on churchvolunteercentral.com. Most important, Larry is passionate for the future of the church and is eager to enter his thoughts into the conversation.