Learning About Union With Christ
'We were nearly there when some figures blocked our way. I went cold all over. This was no chance encounter. They had planned this and waited for us. This was it.''Move out of the way Blackie' the skinhead said. 'We...
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'We were nearly there when some figures blocked our way. I went cold all over. This was no chance encounter. They had planned this and waited for us. This was it.''Move out of the way Blackie' the skinhead said. 'We got business with your friend.' Star Smith has enough problems in life trying to keep her wacky family a secret. Then a black girl arrives on the scene.... With the racist attitudes of kids in her area Star knows that if she befriends Ebony she could lose more than her reputation.
Stewart Dinnen considers the nature of Christian freedom. Believers have been set free from the power of sin, the power of the law and the control of the world. As we grow Christ gives us total adequacy for living for God. His life should flow through us for the blessing of others. Stewart is keen to stress that one important aspect of our union with Christ is prayer, so he highlights three aspects - strategic praying, intercessory praying, and confrontational praying. Each chapter is illustrated with several real life situations drawn from the author's, or other's experiences.
Dinnen and his wife joined WEC in 1949, and have led the WEC Missionary Training College in Tasmania for 18 years.