Making Peace With a Dangerous God
According to Linda Clare and Kristen Johnson Ingram, calling God dangerous is a more apt description of him than the way we usually want to think about him - gentle, peaceful. . . safe. In MAKING PEACE WITH A...
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According to Linda Clare and Kristen Johnson Ingram, calling God dangerous is a more apt description of him than the way we usually want to think about him - gentle, peaceful. . . safe.
In MAKING PEACE WITH A DANGEROUS GOD, these two women, a generation apart, tackle the scary process of falling into the hands of the living God. They're not afraid to confront tough questions like, 'Can we be confident in a God who handed over our destiny to a baby?' 'Can we trust a God who loves freedom enough to let us choose our own demise?'
Clare and Ingram are willing to be open and vulnerable and challenge you to do the same. Through their easy-to-follow yet soul-challenging writing, you will encounter the true God of Scripture, a God who is loving and terrifying - and anything but safe.
God is loving, caring, good, and . . . dangerous? Indeed, the many and varied attributes of God can be puzzling. To understand and make peace with who he is, to step into a deeper walk with him, requires faith and courage. Many books promise to bring readers closer to God; this one delivers. Through their willingness to be vulnerable, authors Linda Clare and Kristen Johnson Ingram explore what it means to surrender to Christ and love as completely as he has loved us. Making Peace with a Dangerous God presents a provocative three-part pathway to God. Employing a brave new "mentoring on paper" technique that capitalizes on dialogue and real-life examples, the authors have crafted a book that will become a classic for understanding how to approach and interact with our Creator.
Two women, a generation apart, alternately invite readers to explore the truth and consequences of putting oneself in the hands of a mysterious, invisible God.
Linda Clare is a poet and award-winning author of three nonfiction books, including her most recent book, Revealed, which she co-wrote with Kristen Johnson ingram. Linda writes and lives in Eugene, Oregon.
Kristen Johnson Ingram is an award-winning author of twenty-two books, both fiction and nonfiction, and a frequent contributor to Weavings. She also works as a national writing coach, editorial consultant, and retreat leader from her home in Springfield, Oregon.