"The Outward Focused Life" offers busy people practical ideas to turn their thoughts from themselves to others. We all want to help the poor, give encouragement, and donate resources, but so often we get in the way of ourselves and our best intentions stay just that, intentions. But the call of Christ is to die to ourselves and become a servant. Let Workman's wisdom help you move from self-centered to other-centered.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 176 Vendor: Baker Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches) ISBN: 080107150X ISBN-13: 9780801071508 Availability: In Stock
Dave Workman wants to start a revolution that will turn Christians--and the world--inside out. With keen insight and sharp wit, Workman uncovers our self-motivated and self-centered tendencies and shows us how to turn them around in service to others. A collection of short chapters derived from Workman's popular radio program, The Outward Focused Life offers busy people practical ideas that turn their thoughts from themselves to other people. This book gives readers the encouragement and energy they need to change their world one day at a time though generosity of time, money, and spirit.
Dave Workman is senior pastor of Vineyard Community Church in Cincinnati, Ohio, a church of 6,000 weekend attendees. Starting in 1985, the Vineyard pioneered a unique form of outreach called servant evangelism. Workman is considered an atmosphere architect in the evolution of the church. After leading worship for twelve years and developing celebration/programming teams for eight weekly celebrations, he began regularly teaching as a primary speaker. In 2000, Dave stepped into the role of senior pastor. He and his wife, Anita, live in Mason, Ohio, with their two children.