Free to Live Paperback
How to Live for Christ in an Age of Debt
by Guy Brandon;
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Free to Live
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Free to Live by Guy Brandon was published by SPCK in April 2010 and is our 34445th best seller. The ISBN for Free to Live is 9780281062294.
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Free To LiveJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
The last couple of years have presented a financial curveball not seen for a number of decades. Everyone has been affected in some way by the credit crunch and we need to reorient ourselves. This gritty, stimulating and uncomfortable read is a timely reminder that real life and fulfilment are to be found in relationships - in loving God and loving our neighbour.
There's lots practically offered by this gifted Jubilee Centre staffer, over consumerism and individualism. How do we guard against this? How can we apply our faith in practical ways? What disciplines can we put in place to help us worship God in every area of our lives? These are just some of the questions that Free to Live answers very strongly. It applies the Lordship of Christ to the taboo-topics of lifestyle and monies brilliantly. Well researched, inspiring, practical and engaging, it will prove of great value to Christians wishing to live in a more deeply considered way.
This unique title doesn’t just present a biblical vision for a Jesus-centred ordinary life, doesn’t just identify the forces of contemporary culture that are corroding our souls, poisoning our planet and fragmenting our relationships but vigorously and helpfully explores how we might actually live differently, live with grace, confidence and peace today. Provocative, persuasive and prophetic!
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|Page last updated||8th October 2014|
|Author / Artist||Guy Brandon|
|Publisher||SPCK (April 2010)|
|Number of Pages||160|