God is already at work in your life--whether or not you recognize it. Most people are too busy to see or hear God and most Christians lack the intentional practice of listening to the stories of outsiders. In Echoing the Story, Brady Bryce provides a simple way for people to come together and tell the scattered stories of their lives in order to imagine them as part of a bigger story. His innovative, narrative approach invites curious skeptics, casual followers of God, and committed disciples of Jesus into community through listening to shared stories. If you are interested in exploring the entire story of the Bible, if you wonder how its stories fit together, or if you simply want to experience God in the ordinariness of your life, then this reliable guide can lead you in listening to the echoes of God. Part spiritual formation, part discipleship, part journey through the Bible--this guidebook is an experience in hearing the word of God in life. You can learn the skill of echoing the story through listening in this informative, experiential, and missional process. As participants in the story we can begin to imagine our everyday lives as stories oriented toward God.Paul also has a strong greek pedigree. he is a natural-born roman citizen, considered the best citizenship in the world. There are times Paul ... aPeacea is the greek word used for the Jewish greeting aShalom, a a theological concept for the peace god establishes. Even in a greeting, ... After Paul introduces himself and the gospel (romans 1:1a17), he immediately addresses the issue. The gentiles are theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Echoing the Story|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2010-09-01|