:As Christians, we are called to speak.Some of us speak out in our workplaces. Others in our schools or neighborhoods. Our audiences may vary in size, but we are all called to witness to Christ in us. Pastor Mike Baker...
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:As Christians, we are called to speak.Some of us speak out in our workplaces. Others in our schools or neighborhoods. Our audiences may vary in size, but we are all called to witness to Christ in us. Pastor Mike Baker puts it like this: "Jesus himself has commissioned each of us to be a witness for his kingdom. And every believer has a faith testimony?a story of how Jesus has made all the difference?compelling us to be his representatives." Written in daily devotional style, this book is designed to be an encouragement and support as you identify and add your voice to the chorus.In addition to the chapters by Mike Baker, there are daily devotions by J. K. Jones and a seven-session weekly group study guide by Jim Probst to help you process all that you are learning. Also available is a companion DVD of brief weekly video teachings by all three pastors, which completes this church-wide curriculum series. We live in an age of meaningless chatter. It's time we became speakers of Truth.
Mike Baker is senior pastor at Eastview Christian Church, Normal, Illinois. A graduate of Johnson University, he is the author of How Teens Do Church, Counsel Fit For a King, and Freedom in Christ. Mike lovers preaching, writing, running, sports, and hanging with friends. He and his wife, Sara, have two grown sons, Michael and Caleb.
Jim Probst is pastor of small groups at Eastview Christian Church in Normal, Illinois. In ministry for over two decades, he has served with Eastview since 2008 where he leads a dynamic small group ministry of approximately 4,000 adults in 370 groups. He is the coauthor of Ridiculous: Living Like Christ in a Lovestarved World and Open: The Life of a Dangerous Witness. He and his wife Julie have three children.
- :introduction1. We Cannot Help But Speakweek One Devotional Readings2. We Speak Good Newsweek Two Devotional Readings3. We Speak Even If No One Is Listeningweek Three Devotional Readings4. We Speak Powerfully In Weaknessweek Four Devotional Readings5. We Speak Of Hope In Sufferingweek Five Devotional Readings6. We Speak Throughout Our Livesweek Six Devotional Readings7. We Never Stop Speakingweek Seven Devotional Readingssmall Group Guidenotes