The Workbook on Virtues and the Fruit of the Spirit (Upper Room Workbook Series)
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Some people may say that virtue is out of fashion, but in their latest workbook, Dunnam and Reisman assert that it has never been more important. As society becomes increasingly concerned about the moral fabric of our lives, Chrsitians are reminded that they belong to God who created us for goodness. Designed for either individual or group use, the workbook leads us to be the persons we were created by God to be.
Some people say that virtue is out of fashion, but in their latest workbook, Maxie Dunnam and Kimberly Dunnam Reisman assert that it has never been more important. The authors explore the seven cardinal virtues -- wisdom, courage, justice, temperance, faith, hope, love, and the fruit of the spirit. They believe that our moral lives should reflect that we belong to God, and they are concerned that our present culture minimizes the importance of holy living for the Christian. Designed for either individual or group use.
Maxie Dunnam is the chancellor of Asbury Theological Seminary and formerly served as the fifth president of the seminary (1994-2004). He lives in Memphis, Tennessee.