Undivided: Closing the Faith-Life Gap
Let's be honest: there are gaps everywhere in life - the gap between who we are and who we would like to be; the gap between the Christianity we profess and the Christianity we practise; the gap between us and...
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Let's be honest: there are gaps everywhere in life - the gap between who we are and who we would like to be; the gap between the Christianity we profess and the Christianity we practise; the gap between us and those we love; the gap between the world as it is and the world as it should be. We feel disconnected from God, from one another and from ourselves.
How do we close those gaps? How is God working to make us whole?
This book brings the gospel to bear on the gaps in our lives.
Drawing on a highly unusual lifetime's experience living out the Christian faith in more than twenty countries, Graham Hooper shows how we can be made whole in the struggles and joys of everyday life - work and relationships, success and failure, service and weakness.
"This is one of those key life-changing books for which we have been waiting for a long time."
- David Jackman, former Director, Proclamation Trust.
"This book offers a vision of whole living and holy living."
- Neil Hudson' London institute for Contemporary Christianity.
"It is a book that nourishes as it sets out to challenge our half-hearted faith."
- Kara Martin, Ridley College, Melbourne
"The book not only offers a challenge for how we live individually but also how we live together as God's people."
- Rev Stephen Rothery, Journey
"Undivided takes you across the chasm between biblical truth and the frustrations of life in the real world."
- Eden Books UK
"It's an excellent book filled with real thought, contemplation and great reflection questions throughout about the disconnect between the life we live and the belief we hold."
- Melanie Carroll, The Good Book Stall, UK.
"I'd recommend this to all who want to start closing the gap between their life and their faith."
- Katie Middleton, Bangor University
"At last - a deeply theological book written by someone who is not a professional theologian."
- Scottish Baptist.
"The wisdom of experience combines with biblical insight in this accessible and practical book."
- Julian Hardyman, Senior Pastor, Eden Baptist Church, Cambridge
"This is a realistic book, which doesn't pretend that the Christian life is easy but does insist it's possible, by God's grace. Altogether helpful and well worth buying."
- Evangelical Times.
"The book is extremely readable, with an excellent engaging style. The overall aim is to be encouraging, but it is exhortative too. It would be particularly useful for students or those newer to the Christian faith, but valuable too for anyone who recognizes the gaps in their Christian experience."
- Evangelicals Now.