The Reckless Love of God: Experiencing the Personal, Passionate Heart of the Gospel
:Assurance of God's Personal Love for Us The startling truth about the love of God has lost its potency. It is not a passionless, theological idea. It is a real love that feels and even suffers. Whether you...
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:Assurance of God's Personal Love for Us
The startling truth about the love of God has lost its potency. It is not a passionless, theological idea. It is a real love that feels and even suffers. Whether you grew up in a Christian home and have forgotten this essential truth, or you never knew it in the first place, we all need to be reminded--and assured--that God's love is real and personal.
The Reckless Love of God is about pulling readers in close and asking if they have really considered what it means to say, "Jesus loves you."
Nothing changes lives and grows the church faster, more effectively, and more thoroughly than being captivated by this reality. But the love of Jesus is not just a means to another end. Receiving the love of Jesus is the end itself.
Includes end-of-chapter questions for individual or group use.
Alex Early is the pastor of preaching and theology at Living Stones Church in Reno, Nevada. He has completed two master's degrees (MDiv, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and MA in Aspects of Biblical Interpretation, London School of Theology) and is a current student (Doctor of Intercultural Studies, Western Seminary). Alex planted Four Corners Church in a bar (attendance quickly grew to several hundred people), served as a theology professor at Point University in Atlanta, and has served in pastoral ministry for six years. Alex hosts the Acts 29 Podcast where he interviews professors, pastors, authors, and other leaders twice a month with the aim of training leaders to serve the Church in various capacities. Alex has also created the Acts 29 West Academy which serves as an in-house missional-theological training center in conjunction with the Acts 29 Network.