Route 66 Paperback
Biblical Direction for the Road We Travel
by Krish Kandiah;
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It is divided into 8 sections: how to live faithfully, infectiously, distinctively, emotionally, hopefully, discerningly, imaginatively and purposefully. Each of these sections will introduce you to new types of literature within the Bible and are followed by questions for discussion and five days of daily readings.
"Route 66" is a particularly good resource for study groups or small group leaders. 'Route 66' is the theme of Spring Harvest 2011, but this book is intended to stand alone from Spring Harvest, which is why the "SH" logo is not featured on the cover.
Route 66 by Krish Kandiah was published by Lion Hudson in April 2010 and is our 10543rd best seller. The ISBN for Route 66 is 9780857210180.
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Route 66Johnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
Accessibility and scripture don’t mix enough! This is a pacey, spirited and rich guide to life with Gods Word that wonderfully defies this.
Kandiah offers an eight-segment feature in fresh, inspirational and transformational ways. For such a slim title, there is content that reflects faithful research and yet a deep readability! Krish uses the journey metaphor very warmly and well, with his transportation and transformation invitation remaining long after I put the book down! Excitement, energy and encouragement abound in this added Biblefresh year. The travel journal questions offered additional value to a scriptural stimulus. Good stuff!
Published by Monarch in partnership with Spring Harvest and Elevation Resources.
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|Page last updated||4th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Krish Kandiah|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (April 2010)|
|Number of Pages||194|