Unapologetic and defiant call to discipleship
by Karl Martin;
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the truth of who God is and who you are in him, standing on the reality
of what he’s done. Standing firm in battle. Standing up for others and
being prepared to stand out.
"Unapologetic and defiant - an ancient, urgent call to Christian discipleship." - Pete Greig, 24-7 Prayer
In the steps of Mere Christianity and The Fight, Karl Martin re-tells and
re-frames God’s ancient call to discipleship and witness for a new
generation, keeping Jesus firmly at the centre.
‘Karl Martin’s passion for Jesus Christ is infectious. He has built up one of Britain’s most exciting and innovative churches through prayer, vision, determination and a longing for more people to experience the love of God for themselves.’ - Nicky Gumbel
The Author: Karl Martin is Senior Minister of Central Jesus at the heart in the city of Edinburgh. He is married to Niki and has 4 daughters who keep him broke, humble and youthful! His interests include curry and sport of all kinds. He loves the Church of Jesus Christ and longs for her to become all that she is called to be – passionate, relevant, creative, different, missional and alive.
"He’s a big-hearted, big-fisted, big picture kind of man, which is another way of saying that he’s a leader." - Pete Greig
Stand by Karl Martin was published by Muddy Pearl in November 2013 and is our 5474th best seller. The ISBN for Stand is 9781910012031.
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Details for Stand
|Page last updated||25th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||Karl Martin|
|Publisher||Muddy Pearl (November 2013)|
|Number of Pages||224|