Central to the Christian faith is a man who denies all our pre-conceived notions about what God should look like. Joining his movement will mean coming to terms with the real Jesus, the rebel Jesus. Jesus didn't come to...
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Central to the Christian faith is a man who denies all our pre-conceived notions about what God should look like. Joining his movement will mean coming to terms with the real Jesus, the rebel Jesus.
Jesus didn't come to start a religion. The rebel Jesus came with a renegade gospel to start a revolution. You and I are invited to be a part. In Renegade Gospel, pastor and author Mike Slaughter presents Jesus and his challenging message to inspire us during Lent, Easter, and through the year. Read the red letters and discover Jesus all over again.
Renegade Gospel is a multi-component, all-church series and group study with six sessions. Topics include:
Discovering the Rebel Jesus
The Most Important Question You Will Ever Have to Answer
Seeing Jesus Today
The Way of the Cross
Who better than Mike, renegade pastor that he is, to present Jesus in all of his unmanageable, demanding, troublemaking glory?
Will Willimon, United Methodist Bishop, retired; Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry, Duke Divinity School
Renegade Gospel is Mike's life and message distilled into one pure, powerful, delicious, nourishing jolt.
Brian D. McLaren, Author/speaker
This isn't your grandma's Sunday school curriculum... this is a call to a holy uprising.
Shane Claiborne, Author/activist
Mike Slaughter, lead pastor at Ginghamsburg Church, is the three-decade dreamer of Ginghamsburg Church and spiritual entrepreneur of ministry marketplace innovations. His life-long passion to reach the lost and set the oppressed free has made him a tireless and leading advocate for the displaced children, womenand men of Darfur, Sudan, named by the U.N. as the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today. Under Mike s leadership, Ginghamsburg Church has become known as an early innovator of small group ministry, the Church media reformation and cyberministry, with the Ginghamsburg website aver