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40 Days with Jesus An invitation to know Him better Malcolm Duncan, Malcolm Duncan

ISBN:
9780857216458
Published:
20th February 2015
Format:
Digital (delivered electronically)
Dimensions:
176 pages:
Monarch Books
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How well do you know Jesus? This little book of daily readings introduces you to the character and life of Jesus Christ. -My hope is that as you read, you'll discover, or will remember, just how central Jesus is to Christianity,- says Malcolm. -Jesus didn't come to establish a religion, he came to change lives and to deal with the barriers that exist between God and us. Unfortunately, we Christians are very good at boxing him in. He doesn't like boxes ' they feel a little too like tombs and Jesus has a tendency to refuse to stay in those. May you meet Jesus in a way that will change your life forever. - A short prayer accompanies each section.
Malcolm Duncan is Lead Pastor at Dundonald Elim Church, a Pentacostal church located in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is Chair of Elim's Ethics and Public Theology Task Force and Theologian-in-Residence for Spring Harvest and Essential Christian. Malcolm regularly helps the British government and other groups to understand the role of church in society. He is deeply committed to serving the poor and excluded. Malcolm is a passionate communicator and he has regularly written, broadcast, taught and lectured on the themes of mission and Christian engagement with society.|Malcolm Duncan is Lead Pastor at Dundonald Elim Church, a Pentacostal church located in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He is Chair of Elim's Ethics and Public Theology Task Force and Theologian-in-Residence for Spring Harvest and Essential Christian. Malcolm regularly helps the British government and other groups to understand the role of church in society. He is deeply committed to serving the poor and excluded. Malcolm is a passionate communicator and he has regularly written, broadcast, taught and lectured on the themes of mission and Christian engagement with society.

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