Jesus in Blue Jeans
"Whether presenting Jesus as one who "did not lean on reeds," as a leader who knew that "moving is not fun," or as a worker who "did not whine, but hummed," Jesus in Blue Jeans casts new light on the...
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"Whether presenting Jesus as one who "did not lean on reeds," as a leader who knew that "moving is not fun," or as a worker who "did not whine, but hummed," Jesus in Blue Jeans casts new light on the mind and heart of the man whose life changed the history of the world." "Combining an exploration of the Poise, Perspective, Passion, and Power of Jesus with personal reflections, practical exercises, bursts of humor, and striking examples from current events and scripture, Jones presents a unique and powerful course of action that can be implemented in homes, schools, and communities."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
No one makes the teachings of the New Testament as powerfully relevant to our work and our lives as Laurie Beth Jones. With more than two hundred thousand copies combined of Jesus, CEO and The Path in print, Ms. Jones has established herself as one of the preeminent writers in the burgeoning spirituality movement. Now in Jesus in Blue Jeans, the long-awaited sequel to Jesus, CEO, readers will once again find the same blend of poignant personal reflections, illuminating practical sense, bursts of humor, and striking examples from Scripture that make the ancient wisdom of Jesus come to life in modern-day language.^Characterizing Christ's work on earth as a brilliant display of Poise, Perspective, Passion, and Power, Jones offers more than seventy chapters of "Power Connections" to readers. With titles such as "He Groomed Himself Properly", "He Knew Moving Isn't Fun", "He Had Thunder in His Hooves", and "He Did Not Lean on Reeds", Jones presents a daily course of reflective action that people can immediately use in their personal lives, homes, schools, and communities.^Laurie Beth Jones's Jesus in Blue Jeans will be warmly embraced n
:The sequel to Jesus, CEO draws on the New Testament to reveal how the life and ministry of Jesus Christ is relevant in the modern world, presenting a daily course of reflective action to help readers put spirituality to practical use in every aspect of work and daily life."
Laurie Beth Jones is an internationally recognized best-selling author, speaker, inspirational life coach, and trainer?offering small group, online, and one-on-one training. Previous titles have spent more than thirteen months on the Businessweek bestseller list and have been featured in"The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Time Magazine, CNN Financial, "and more.ýA business-development coach and consultant to CEOs and organizations, Laurie Beth has conducted training or provided leadership products for major companies including Tyson Foods, Purina-Nestle, Neiman Marcus, Pfizer, Citi Financia