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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2004
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.43 (inches)|
Reimagining Evangelism: Inviting Friends on a Spiritual JourneyRick RichardsonInterVarsity Press / 2006 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Corner Conversations: Engaging Dialogues About God and LifeRandy NewmanKregel Publications / 2006 / Trade Paperback$14.39 Retail:
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Here Am I, Lord...Send Somebody Else is a gentle, yet succinct, prod of encouragement to Christians to move from a life of wimpishness to confidence in Christ. Drawing on the story of Moses and his reluctance to be used by God, Briscoe follows his life and shows what God can ultimately do when He is offered even the most meager of abilities. All God's heroes were very ordinary people--the thing that made the difference was they had a relationship with an extraordinary God who lived within them. But who doesn't struggle with a "Moses moment" now and then? Discover his secret to get beyond your own feelings of inadequacy. This valuable study, designed for both women and men, also includes "Discovery" and "Discussion" questions for personal growth or group studies.
Endorsement from Anne Graham Lotz: I love Jill Briscoe! Anything she says is worth hearing...anything she writes is worth reading!
Jill Briscoe was born in Liverpool, England, in 1935. Educated at Cambridge, she taught school for a number of years before marrying Stuart and raising their three children. In addition to sharing with her husband in ministry with Torchbearers at Capernwray in England, and in pastoring a church in the United States for thirty years, Jill has written more than forty books, travelled on every continent teaching and encouraging, served on the boards of Christianity Today and World Relief, and now acts as executive editor of a magazine for women called Just Between Us. Jill can be heard regularly on the worldwide media ministry Telling the Truth. She is proud to be called "Nana" by thirteen grandchildren.