Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 7.5 X 5.25 X .44 (inches)|
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Whats the view from where you worshipracially diverse or racially monochrome?
On the Last Day every tongue and tribe will be represented in the glorious chorus praising God with one voice. Yet today our churches remain segregated. Can we reflect the beauty of the last day this day?
United will inspire, challenge, and encourage readers to pursue the joys of diversity through stories of the author's own journey and a theology of diversity lived out.
Its time to capture a glimpse of Gods magnificent creativity. In the pages of United, Trillia Newbell reveals the deeply moving, transforming power of knowingreally knowingsomeone who is equal yet unique. As we learn to identify in Christ rather than in our commonalities, we begin to experience the depth and power of gospel unity.