In the parable of the Good Samaritan, Jesus challenges us to think and act differently. The challenge remains the same today, but now the context is global, and the calls for help overwhelming. Author Steve Moore equips readers to use their passions in fulfilling the Great Commission in an interconnected culture. Explore issue-based passions and learn how to go to the next level of passionate engagement. Read inspirational stories from around the globe, and receive strong, biblical advice from a seasoned missions and leadership trainer.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 176 Vendor: NavPress Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6 (inches) ISBN: 1615217231 ISBN-13: 9781615217236 Availability: In Stock
"Steve Moore has done a wonderful job of showing us again the heart of God for the ultra-poor, the oppressed, and the spiritually destitute. Some of the greatest needs of the church today are models of both compassion and proclamation that reflect the heart of our Lord. Moore has given us insightful guidelines for how to live with passion-fueled purpose." --Paul Eshelman, vice president, evangelism strategies, Campus Crusade for Christ International
"The question posed in the title of this book is one that has been bandied around for centuries. However, the depth to which Steve Moore probes this question is fresh, compelling, and convicting. It is a call to action for the twenty-first century. This book is a must-read for every person who is a Christ follower. Your interior world and your exterior world will be forever transformed." --Jo Anne Lyon, general superintendent, The Wesleyan Church; founder/chair, World Hope International
Steve Moore is the founder of Keep Growing, Inc., and serves as the president and CEP of The Mission Exchange (formerly EFMA). In this role, Steve gives leadership to networking, training, coaching, and consulting initiatives designed to increase the effectiveness of the Great Commission community. Steve's ministry has taken him to more than forty countries on five continents. He has an MA in intercultural studies from Fuller Theological Seminary and lives near Atlanta, Georgia.