Revangelical: Becoming the Good News People We're Meant to Be - eBook
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Vendor: Tyndale Momentum
Publication Date: 2014
Revangelical is a call to realign your heart with the things that most concerned Jesusa bold message to get the Good News of the gospel of Jesus back into our heads, hearts, mouths, and feet. Full of stories of evangelicals who are living out the Good News and changing the world, Revangelical will inspire and equip us to relearn the heart of the gospel and to become the people God has called us to be.
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tribefanWallaceburg, OntarioAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Fighting fire with fireJune 7, 2016tribefanWallaceburg, OntarioAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I was glad to get my hands on this book and read it because it was a refreshing rebuttal to a lot of the watered-down Christianity that is coming out these days in North America. The book is hard-hitting and gets right to the point and is something I would recommend every pastor and church leader to read.
dsdumplingGender: Female3 Stars Out Of 5Revangelical by Lance FordAugust 22, 2014dsdumplingGender: FemaleLance Ford, in Revangelical, calls Christians to be re-evangelized. To get back to how Jesus called us to live the Good News. He has pointed out that Evangelical Christians have not been the Good News the World should be seeing. When people look at Evangelicals, are they seeing Jesus? This book will show you, in his opinion, how that should come to pass.
My toes were stepped on, thats for sure; maybe not so much in a good, critical learning way, but sometimes in an offended way. Ford, you can tell, doesnt like conservative radio show hosts, TV hosts or I believe conservatives in general. Most of the conservatives that he talks about dont publically profess Christianity. I was disappointed in this aspect of the book. I agree with him that we, as Christians, should be taking care of the poor and those looked down upon, like the homeless.
He wrote often of people that he knew that had started communities or moved into communities to help the underprivileged. These revangelicals are living the gospel of Jesus.
His politics and mine may be different but when it all boils down we agree, we should have a heart like Jesus.
Should you become a Revangelical? Absolutely!
Tyndale House Publishers has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book.
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