Making God known through mercy and truth
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
A compassionate look at evangelism in today's culture - practical advice on living out a sacrificial, tangible love
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By teaching the church how deeds of compassion can be a compelling argument for the existence of a loving God, we can point hurting people to the Father of all Compassion.
Using moving examples of people who have experienced this personally, Chris Sicks reveals how God shows Himself and what we can do to serve those who are hurting, poor, and in need. Each chapter includes study and discussion questions.
In todays church, there seems to be two well-intentioned groups. Deed people feed the hungry and help the poor, while Word people proclaim the gospel and engage in apologetics. The two often seem to compete with one another, but God always intended them to be partners.
Sacrificial love can grab the attention of those we serve, opening their ears and minds to the words we share.
In Tangible, author and Pastor Chris Sicks explains how God's people can effectively introduce hurting people to God through intentional acts of kindness. This book does more than discuss these good ideas. Its full of ways to make God known to the needy in your community today.
A thorough resource section
Discussion questions for personal study or group discussion
5" x 7" handy size
By sharing both words of truth and deeds of mercy, God's people will reflect Christs lovethe most tangible proof of Gods existence.
Tangible by Chris Sicks was published by NavPress in October 2013 and is our 60804th best seller. The ISBN for Tangible is 9781612914411.
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Details for Tangible
|Author / Artist||Chris Sicks|
|Publisher||NavPress (October 2013)|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||25th September 2014|