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Number of Pages: 256
|Publication Date: 2014|
Living in Christ's Presence: Final Words on HeavenDallas Willard, John OrtbergFormatio / 2014 / Hardcover$14.99 Retail:
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The Spirit of the Disciplines: Understanding How God Changes LivesDallas WillardHarperOne / 1990 / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 9 Reviews
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Hearing God: Developing a Conversational Relationship with GodDallas WillardInterVarsity Press / 2012 / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:3.5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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Jesus's Last Command—Ignored!
The last command Jesus gave the church before he ascended to heaven was the Great Commission, the call for Christians to "make disciples of all the nations." But Christians have responded by making "Christians," not "disciples." This, according to brilliant scholar and renowned Christian thinker Dallas Willard, has been the church's Great Omission.
Dallas Willard was a professor at the University of Southern California's School of Philosophy until his death in 2013. His groundbreaking books The Divine Conspiracy, The Great Omission, Knowing Christ Today, Hearing God, The Spirit of the Disciplines, Renovation of the Heart, and The Divine Conspiracy Continued forever changed the way thousands of Christians experience their faith.
“There is NO one like Dallas. Finding more of his words is like getting hidden treasure. Read and grow!”
“There are few better thinkers or students of Jesus than Dallas Willard.”
“It is no accident that one of the most fruitful lives I’ve been privileged to observe offers this valuable resource.”
“...Willard speaks his truth in such an eloquent, passionate, and powerful way...”
“Dallas Willard is a brilliant, modest, immensely experienced Christian older brother, calling to us.”
“This is vintage Willard, and it must be read by all who hunger to grow as Jesus’s disciple.”
“If you have any desire to find the life God offers you, read this book.”
“Every leader, whether professional or lay, who cares about the church of Jesus Christ, should read this book.”
“I know no one like Dallas Willard who can express profound things so simply and simple things so profoundly.”
“Dallas Willard reminds us that a relationship with Jesus only makes sense when we choose to become his apprentices.”
“The Great Omission may be Dallas’s most important work yet.”
“Another classic from the pen of this remarkable writer. Incisive and insightful...”
“The Great Omission is, simply put, great. I recommend it highly.”
RogersPeoria, IllinoisAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Life changing readMay 25, 2012RogersPeoria, IllinoisAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5moving from Christianity to Discipleship, is the course for us today and Dallas Willard articulates this in the most concise way. It will challenge your religion and move you closer to Christ in a deepening relationship!
Stefan TiedjeSweden, Lerum5 Stars Out Of 5April 28, 2010Stefan TiedjeSweden, LerumA must read book. Gives the true christian a very good motivation to start follow Christ.
John2 Stars Out Of 5November 2, 2009JohnNot one of Willard's stronger books. Nothing here that really challenges you to reclaim Jesus teachings on discipleship. As am atter of fact, this book is not really written to help in that area at all.
Barnabas Bibles And Books5 Stars Out Of 5September 10, 2009Barnabas Bibles And BooksWonderful book that expresses Spiritual Formation within the Discipleship Process. Great for every disciple to have a work with the Bible to lay a foundation with why they need todisciple others.
Anita Winston5 Stars Out Of 5June 1, 2009Anita WinstonThis book is very well written and easy to understand. It is definitely a wake-up call for Christian discipleship.