The Bright Light of Glory
by Louie Giglio;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Bestselling communicator Louie Giglio brings together top Christian personality to share what it means to burn with passion
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What exactly is it that instils passion in a person's soul? What brings the fire to make a difference, the desire for significance, the power to live a life that matters? And who will lead us in this quest toward the future of the Church? In this remarkable book, some of today's most gifted communicators highlight the dedicated generation that is rising up to show us how to lean toward the centrality of Jesus Christ and His bright light of glory that brings purpose to our own lives and proper glory to God the Father.
Since it first began in 1995, Passion has had the privilege of encountering millions of believers under the age of 25, a sea of men and women whose lives have been transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit. Their voice is getting louder as they rise, united as a generation, bringing hope and light to the world.
Author and general editor Louie Giglio has brought together these incredible authors to share their thoughts on what it means to burn with a passion for Christ. As delivered to Passion Conferences, the book includes contributions from Giglio himself as well as multiple chapters from:
- Francis Chan
- John Piper
- Beth Moore
- Judah Smith
- Christine Caine
Passion by Louie Giglio was published by Thomas Nelson in February 2014 and is our 4648th best seller. The ISBN for Passion is 9780529110114.
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|Page last updated||13th November 2015|
|Author / Artist||Louie Giglio|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (February 2014)|
|Number of Pages||272|