Ibs: The Complete Christian (Colossians)
What is the normal Christian life? What should Christians expect to experience? Is it simply a case of 'trust and obey' or is that too simplistic? What does it mean to be fully and genuinely a Christian? The...
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What is the normal Christian life? What should Christians expect to experience? Is it simply a case of 'trust and obey' or is that too simplistic? What does it mean to be fully and genuinely a Christian?
The Apostle Paul's short letter to the Colossians offers simple but marvellous answers to these questions.
For new Christians who want to be sure that they're on the right track, or for longer-serving Christians who are bedazzled by the range of alternatives on offer, 'The Complete Christian' sheds bright light from God's Word.
An ideal study book for individuals and small groups.
Phillip Jensen is well-known in Australia and the UK as a gifted Bible teacher and ministry visionary. After many years as the Pastor of St Matthias Church, Sydney, and the Chaplain to the University of New South Wales, he became the Anglican Dean of Sydney.
Under God, Phillip Jensen has recruited and trained many young men and women for full-time gospel ministry, and initiated a number of very significant ministry organizations, including the Ministry Training Strategy and Matthias Media.
He also authored the popular Two Ways To Live gospel tract and The Archer and the Arrow, has co-authored a number of Bible studies and has made several CDs. Phillip and his wife, Helen, live in Sydney and have three adult children (and a growing number of grandchildren)
Tony Payne is Publishing Director of Matthias Media, where he began work as first editor in 1988. Since then, Tony has been a busy guy: with his wife, Alison, he has grown a family of five children; he has completed a degree in theology at Moore Theological College; and he has written or co-written numerous ministry resources, and edited many others. Tonys main responsibilities are to oversee everything we publish (including The Briefing), and to get as much writing done as possible