Rich Mullins rose to fame & fortune in the Christian music industry & then gave it all away to live in obscurity among Native Americans teaching children the joy of music & the hope of the gospel. Then his life...
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Rich Mullins rose to fame & fortune in the Christian music industry & then gave it all away to live in obscurity among Native Americans teaching children the joy of music & the hope of the gospel. Then his life came to a tragic end in an auto accident. The only biography authorized by the Mullins family includes a sixteen-page photo insert & a companion CD of Rich's music arranged in order of chapter titles.
Known as the ragamuffin poet, musician Rich Mullins rose to the pinnacle of fame---but then walked away from it to teach Native American children until his tragic death in 1997. Now this "devotional biography" examines his legacy of compassion and challenges you to rethink what it means to follow Jesus. Includes a free CD!
A devotional biography giving readers an insight into the life of Rich Mullins, but more importantly, allowing readers to learn and experience what was most important to Rich, drawing closer to God. Challenges readers to build on his legacy of joy, compassion, brokenness, unblinking honesty, and wonder of an Awesome God.
James Bryan Smith (M.Div., Yale University Divinity School, Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary) is a theology professor at Friends University in Wichita, KS and a writer and speaker in the area of Christian spiritual formation.
A founding member of Richard J. Foster's spiritual renewal ministery, Renovar, Smith is an ordained United Methodist Church minister and has served in various capacities in local churches. Smith is the author of A Spiritual Formation Workbook; Devotional Classics (with Richard Foster); Embracing the Love of God, Rich Mullins: An Arrow Pointing to Heaven and Room of Marvels.
Most recently he has been involved in developing the Appprectice Series- throughout the series, which includes The Good and Beautiful God, The Good and Beautful Life and The Good and Beautiful Church, Smith helps us discard the flawed narratives of our hearts and replace them with the truths God reveals in his word about himself, the Christian life and his Church.
Koorong -Editorial Review.