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Books & Studies
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One Minute after Every Mile holds the formula for what goes into the most important race on earth--the race one signs up for when becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ. This race is a long-distance run, traveling through many seasons, demanding intentionality. It requires the proper training, gear, techniques, and strategies. The finish line ends at the foot of our Maker. How are you doing in the race? Are you overwhelmed, suffering from injury, or just feeling disconnected from life? Have you been doing the same thing over and over and it isn't working? This might just be the book to help you get back intro stride!
What should have been a fun-filled reunion for two siblings and their friends rapidly unravels into deadly surprise. Devastated by their circumstances, Ryan and Alyssa race between two key cities in Spain in a desperate attempt to understand what has happened to their friends, the money, and their once-solid relationship. Meanwhile, terrorists are targeting a national monument, and their friends are in the crosshairs. Can Ryan and Alyssa thwart their plans? Oso is an action-packed, thrill-a-minute page turner. As the plot thickens and tension rises, Ryan is determined to hold onto his faith in God and discover God's purpose in and through the calamities. Doing so keeps him grounded as he becomes an example to those around him. Oso promises not just an exhilarating ride, but a challenge and encouragement to "live what you believe." When faced with life's crises, who you are and what you believe should define how you live and how you act. Enjoy the ride!
A Final Word on LOVE seeks to lead the reader into how to live in God’s Love. It is not a shallow, “how to” book. Rather, it seeks to contribute a deeper understanding of love itself and how one’s life can be filled with and characterized by God’s Love. Written for the average person, this book further draws the reader into a conversation about love through its informal style, rather than pontificating from a position of superior learning. Bruce invites the reader into his family room for a chat, complete with illustrations from movies and self-deprecating humor. Writing about love can turn sappy and sentimental. A Final Word on LOVE does not fall into that trap. It faces the hard realities of evil, sin, and hatred in this fallen world, and it shows how God’s love is the antidote. It challenges us to live out the counter-cultural claims of the Gospel in a world that often does not recognize or appreciate real love. Bruce reminds us that God’s Love gives and receives, and receives so as to give again. Bruce has given us a lot to think about and a helpful way for the average person to internalize what God’s Love is all about. I heartily recommend it for your thoughtful reading [Rev. Thomas Lambrecht].