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Jesus Christ is a provocative, uncompromising teacher. Yet it is easy to become so accustomed to Jesus’ words that they become old friends – comfortable, unfamiliar, unchallenging. We get so used to him that we forget to take notice of what he commands us to do. Jesus demands serious obedience from his people in all areas of life.
If we’re honest none of us find evangelism easy. We’re told we should do it, we might know that we should be doing it, but the reality is often too scary.
Paul Williams is realistic about our fear and guilt, but with gentleness he shows us that the key to banishing our fear isn’t complex and clever answers, but rather to take our friends to the person of Jesus.
So many of us struggle with prayer. Many books have been written on the subject and there’s a reason for that. Prayer comes hard to most of us, in most seasons. And when we do pray, we often don’t know what to say. What is it that my Father loves to hear about? What are the best things I could pray for my family, my church, and myself?
It’s all very well to say that the Bible is clear when it talks about homosexuality. But is it realistic? Isn’t it unrealistic and unfair to those who struggle with this issue? Doesn’t it condemn them to loneliness, a lack of fulfilment and the loss of basic human satisfactions like sex and marriage? Is what the church teaches a plausible way of life?
Perhaps you’re already familiar with Christian beliefs or maybe they are completely new to you. Whatever the case, this is a fresh telling of the Christian story that assumes no prior knowledge. All you need is an open mind and a willingness to explore. If that’s you then let’s take the tour in 3, 2, 1…
We have a message, a Saviour, a King that is worth shouting about. He is all we have, and He is all the next generation need.
This little book sets out how it is that we can introduce young Christians, new Christians, and underdiscipled Christians to the Author and Perfecter of our faith and what it looks like to live out this faith in real life.
The 1960s heralded a sexual revolution, transforming society’s vision for sex and relationships. With an appealing narrative of freedom and authenticity, the revolution won the hearts and minds of many.
But what if we left behind the broken promises of the sexual revolution to tell a better story of our own?