A companion to Furious Pursuit, this workbook "builds on the insights presented in the book ... and shows you how to live within the reality of God's relentless pursuit of you." This 13-week journey into the heart of God can be used for both individual as well as group study. Each week's study begins with an excerpt from Furious Pursuit, summarizing the week's theme. Section 1 ("Where The Path Has Brought You") assesses your heart before you read the corresponding chapters in the book. Section 2 ("Encountering God Together") is designed for group discussion. Section 3 ("Living in His Presence") contains daily meditations and prayers to begin and end your day.
A Sacred Journey Toward the Heart of God
Go deep into the things of God by allowing God to go deep into the things of your life!
In your relationship with God, there is a romance to be embraced, a courtship to be nurtured, and a marriage to be consummated. And this relationship demands a level of intentionality. Of learning to walk with God daily, trusting in his goodness and mercy, resting in his faithfulness. Of allowing his furious pursuit to transform the nature of your relationship to him.
Inside, you’ll encounter such transforming truths as:
·What it means to be pursued by Love
·God’s quest for a willing heart
·Navigating the “thorn stories” of pain, loneliness, and rejection
·Embracing the vows of a Sacred Lover
·Accepting God’s Divine Proposal
·Recovering the Larger Story of God’s unrelenting faithfulness
Take advantage of the life-changing tools and resources, including questions for individual and group study, a daily Conversations & Reflections Journal, and daily inspirational messages available at www.furiouspursuit.com. Let God take responsibility for your relationship with him, so you can experience the freedom and acceptance that are already yours. Frank Martin and Tim King invite you on a journey of personal and spiritual transformation, a journey toward fully embracing the Furious Pursuit of God!
The companion workbook to Furious Pursuit by Frank Martin and Tim King
Tim King is a former pastor, marketing executive, and magazine editor who maintains an extensive speaking schedule. He is codirector of Furious Faith Ministries and the author of two previous books, Give Me This Mountain and A House That Stands. Tim and his wife, Gwynne, are the parents of three and live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Frank Martin is codirector of Furious Faith Ministries and the author or coauthor of more than fourteen books, having collaborated with Nicky Cruz, Robert Schuller, Wally Armstrong, Dr. Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins, and others. He has served nine years as a Family Commentary writer for Dr. James Dobson and Focus on the Family. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with his wife, Ruthie, and their two children.
Praise for Furious Pursuit
“These days, I’m more inclined to think God’s anthropology–what God thinks about us–packs more heft and punch than our theology–what we think about God. Tim King and Frank Martin seem to think so too, and have written a book that draws us into the wideness and deepness of God’s heart, showing us His fierce and tender affection even for sinners like me. King and Martin remind us that the good news has nothing to do with how good we are, only how loved.”
– Mark Buchanan, author of The Rest of God and The Holy Wild
“The message of this book can’t be stated often enough: God loves us. Oh yes, he does. Furious Pursuit shows us that God’s love is active and vibrant and on the chase for you and me. Others have said this before, but Furious Pursuit takes us one step further.”
–Scot McKnight, author of The Jesus Creed and Embracing Grace
“If you’re sick and tired of spiritual to-do lists, religious shoulds and oughts, and the self-hatred that comes from feeling unacceptable, you’ll find in Furious Pursuit better news of a better story. Tim King and Frank Martin have given us powerful truth, well-told."
–Brian McLaren, pastor, author of A New Kind of Christian and The Secret Message of Jesus
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