Where Egos Dare
Have you ever wondered where Jesus might worship if he came to earth for a visit? Would he choose a magnificent cathedral, or would he join a rag-tag group sitting under a tree? Is there a --right-- way or a...
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Have you ever wondered where Jesus might worship if he came to earth for a visit? Would he choose a magnificent cathedral, or would he join a rag-tag group sitting under a tree? Is there a --right-- way or a --wrong-- way to worship? Is worship an individual act, or can it only occur in unison with other like-minded people? Where Egos Dare presents a series of Scriptures and poems that highlight the First Century concept of worship. Whatever your worship preference, may these words inspire you to seek a closer walk with God. --In this book Glenn calls us to Ecclesia. Intimate fellowship. Devotion to prayer. Courage to act. My prayer is that the reader may find an Ecclesia of fellowship that is devoted to the Lord Jesus Christ and to prayer. There you will find the Spirit of power and love and self-control.-- --Norman Goodyear, from the foreword --Through a series of poems, [Glenn] plumbs the depths of the original church, and compares that to the Life Group which is composed of members that are diverse in background but united in striving to learn more of God, to become more Christ-like in their daily walk, and to support one another... . Glenn's insight will be useful to groups, both old and new, attempting to minister to their members with love and understanding.-- --Owen R. Keiser, from the foreword Glenn H. Goree has over thirty years of counseling experience. He currently serves as a mental health consultant for two global organizations, and is a Marriage and Family counselor at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio. His qualifications include MA, MEd, and Licensed Professional Counselor. Glenn is the author of Soular Eclipse; It's OK, Jesus Loves You Anyway; The Beauty in Ugly; Nails from Bullets; The Flea, the Minnow, the Elephant, and the Whale; and Hope for the Broken Spirit. For more information, visit www.glenngoree.com.
GLENN GOREE has thirty years of counseling experience. He and his wife, Valerie served as missionaries in Rhodesia, Africa, from 1975 to 1980. During the terrorist war afflicting the country, he served in civilian/paramilitary counter insurgency programs. He later became a Medic in the Rhodesian Army. After he returned to Texas, he established Glenn Goree and Associates. He currently serves as a mental health internal EAP for J.P. Morgan Chase and for Empathia EAP as an Area Coordinator. He is also the Director of the Counseling program for Oak Hills church in San Antonio, Texas. He holds an M