My new book, Ir-rev-rend: Christianity without the pretense, faith without the facade releases today.
I thought I’d take a minute and tell you why I wrote it and maybe give you some reasons why you should buy the book.
If you want to skip the explanation and get right to the ordering, you can do so by clicking here: Ir-rev-rend: Christianity Without the Pretense. Faith Without the Façade
WHY I WROTE THE BOOK
The following is a preview chapter from my book “Ir-rev-rend: Christianity without the pretense, faith without the facade” (release date September 28, 2011). If you would like to order a copy for your Kindle/iPad you can click HERE. For a hardcover copy you can click HERE.
Giveaway: I’m giving away a copy of the book to 5 people who leave comments. (Winners will be announced Monday)
We are spending a great deal of time at Seacoast trying to figure out what it means to be a community of faith, really living out the mission of God.
What does it mean to live on mission? Every day?
What does a missional community look like? How can we live out our mission together?
How do we translate ancient concepts like sabbath, and covenant, and kingdom into our 21st century reality?
While in Israel we visited an Orthodox Jewish community, committed to living their understanding of covenant community together. Watch a short video of the leader of their group explaining what community means to him.
Kfar Kedem Community from Greg Surratt on Vimeo.
What did you learn?
What are some transferable principles?
“Unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” – Matthew 18:3
Today’s Reading – John 9, 10
My insight – You come to God HEART first not HEAD first. Don’t let your theology keep you from experiencing God. John 9:24-41