More Than Conquerors Paperback
A Call to Radical Discipleship
by Simon Guillebaud;
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More Than Conquerors
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More Than Conquerors by Simon Guillebaud was published by Lion Hudson in February 2010 and is our 4550th best seller. The ISBN for More Than Conquerors is 9781854249739.
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More Than ConquerorsJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
A highly challenging call to respond with our whole hearts. To follow God our Saviour was never about being nice yet so often we submit ourselves to a safe, sanitised, respectable middle-class Christianity! Costly authentic discipleship was reactivated during my reading of this great book. Though previously published this Monarch imprint, deserves better production, font and design. The styling sadly does not honour the unparalleled substance of this wonderful title.
The adventurer or settler question is core to the call to radical discipleship. Many other products have a cheap understanding of grace and profound commitment to the meaning of radical: not here! Guillebaud paints a deeper and rawer faith as vividly possible. The challenge between whether our faith is only enhancing or truly transformation, is written up in a compelling invitation. Guillebaud brings a globally unique perspective in life and obedience to Jesus, which deserves to become an all-time classic! Pacey, passionate & provocative!
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Details for More Than Conquerors
|Page last updated||21st October 2015|
|Author / Artist||Simon Guillebaud|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (February 2010)|
|Edition||2nd Revised edition|
|Number of Pages||226|