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Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2010
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You Were Made for More: The Life You Have, the Life God Wants You to HaveJim Cymbala, Dean MerrillZondervan / 2008 / Hardcover$14.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 19 Reviews Video
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Corner Conversations: Engaging Dialogues About God and LifeRandy NewmanKregel Publications / 2006 / Trade Paperback$14.39 Retail:
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Every day and everywhere, everyone can live a powerful life of Kingdom impact . . . Jesus-style!
One ordinary life making a powerful differencethats Gods amazing "Plan A" on display. Using real-life, riveting stories and a contemporary scriptural lens, Dwight Robertson shows how Gods exciting kingdom-building plan takes lifeliterallyin ordinary individuals. Robertson explains how God calls and equips average, everyday peopleeven those who dont think they have anything special to contributeto creative ministries that are as distinct and unique as the individual. Gods Plan A encourages average Christians everywhere to follow the model of Jesus: ministering up close, one life at a time, outside church walls in our everyday lives. Gods Plan A involves all of us…and there is no Plan B.
Speaker and author Dwight Robertson is founding president and CEO of Kingdom Building Ministries (www.KBM.org). Armed with three decades of successful leadership in community outreach, local church, parachurch, radio, and television ministry, he has spoken at churches and conferences around the world. Dwight, his wife, Dawn, and their two children, Dara and Dreyson, reside in Denver, Colorado.
Kathleen L. MaherBreesport, NYAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5The antidote for religionSeptember 20, 2012Kathleen L. MaherBreesport, NYAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is an important book for the church. Dwight Robertson has written on themes that most social club Christians still do not get, that Jesus' work in His people must be displayed through our very essence, and not just on regularly programmed compartments on Sundays and Wednesday nights, or when the pastor is watching.
Consisting of several real life portraits of Jesus people, or every day folk who exhibit the redemptive work of grace in extraordinary ways, this book will challenge, inspire and convict a reader to live in such a way that every encounter wwill be a God encounter for those with whom we interact. And it doesn't take a Mother Theresa avocation or self-sacrifice. We can make an impact as a cashier, a waitress, a mom, a grandparent, virtually anywhere and anybody we happen to be. If we are real, genuine, and accessible, if we put relationship and not a cloak of religion first and foremost, then we can become the true reflection of our mentor and savior.
I loved his engaging writing style, his insight and even the more challenging ways that this pastor confronts the status quo of an ineffective program mentality church. I wish this book could be required reading for new believers.