The Whole Life of Christ: Enriching Everyday Discipleship (7 Studies)
Suppose for a moment that Jesus really is interested in every aspect of your life. Everything - the dishes and the dog and the day job and the drudgery of some of the stuff you just have to do, the...
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Suppose for a moment that Jesus really is interested in every aspect of your life. Everything - the dishes and the dog and the day job and the drudgery of some of the stuff you just have to do, the TV programme you love, the staff in your local supermarket as well as the homeless in the local shelter, your boss as well as your vicar, helping a shopper find the ketchup as well as brewing the tea for the life group, the well-being of your town and the well-being of your neighbour ... Suppose the truth that every Christian is a new creature in Christ, empowered by the Spirit to do his will, means that Christ is with you everywhere you go, in every task you do, with every person you meet ... Suppose God wants to involve you in what he's doing in the places you spend your time day by day ... Suppose your whole life is important to Christ ... He does. These seven studies will help you explore and live out the marvellous truth that the gospel is an invitation into whole-life discipleship, into a life following and imitating Jesus. This title is brought to you by Keswick Ministries and follows the theme of the 2015 Keswick Convention. Find out more at https://www.keswickministries.org
Antony Billington splits his time between being Theology Advisor at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC) and serving as pastor of the Beacon Church in Ashton-in-Makerfield. Previously, he was Head of Theology at LICC for 11 years, having taught Hermneutics and Biblical Theology at the London School of Theology for 16 years.
Mark Greene is London Institute of Contemporary Christianity's Executive Director and has been in post since 1999. Before that he served as Vice-Principal and Lecturer in Communications at the London School of Theology. Mark has produced a number of workplace resources, notably Thank God it's Monday and the widely distributed Supporting Christians at Work - Without Going Insane.
In addition, he has developed Christian Life and Work, a 6-part small group DVD resource, and edited Pocket Prayers for Work. He is also the writer and presenter of the Imagine DVD and, with Tracy Cotterell, the editor of Let my People Grow - a collection of essays on whole-life disciplemaking. Most recently he edited and contributed sections to Trevor Cooling's LICC resource Supporting Christians in Education. He is also the regular culture columnist for Christianity magazine.