Called Living As God's People in the World

ISBN-10: 0830836837
ISBN-13: 9780830836833
Edition: 2014
Authors: Mark Labberton
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Description: To live as followers of Jesus is the most urgent call upon God's people.The most indicting critique against the church is as simple: its failure to do so. As the leader of an evangelical theological seminary that trains men and women as leaders for  More...

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List price: $16.00
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Publication date: 10/5/2014
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 176
Size: 5.25" wide x 7.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.704
Language: English

To live as followers of Jesus is the most urgent call upon God's people.The most indicting critique against the church is as simple: its failure to do so. As the leader of an evangelical theological seminary that trains men and women as leaders for the church and society, Mark Labberton writes this call for a return to the "first things"--the dimensions of life that are at the core of human experience. The fundamental topics addressed identify universal issues, but in a particular context of people, time and place, briefly pointing the way forward for Christians who want to rediscover their calling to be agents of change in our world. "There is a sense of culture and technology taking away all that many of us in the church have found familiar and under our control," writes Labberton. "How the church communicates its message, how it tells 'the old, old story,' why and how that story matters today is all part of the work the church needs to do. Will the church embody and articulate an integrity that reflects its most distinctive claim?"We live in a time in which the church has lost its way--which yields rich possibilities for rediscovering our identity and reshaping our practice. Our Christian vocation is lived out whenever and wherever we may be. Will you answer the call?

Lonnie & Dianne Brennan have authored more than 53 books on a wide range of topics, including children's books, educational books, self-improvement, business mgt., coping, and their ever-popular 15-minute mysteries series. Their popular "Davy found a...." series and other books are now being made available for viewing via electronic and mass-printing media.The authors grew up in adjacent towns in New England. One spent most of his time in the ocean (scuba diving), the other inland involved with health, fitness, and excercise. Their three children often pop up in their stories! And they often spend each of their birthdays celebrating the release of a new short story with the family, most of which are written during long car trips to visit relatives, as all family members chime in to determine the plot.

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