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Break Down the Walls

Raleigh WashingtonGlen KehreinClaude V King

Break Down the Walls

Raleigh WashingtonGlen KehreinClaude V King

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Racism. Denominationalism. Mistrust. Stereotypes. Grudges. All are walls that grieve God and work against His kingdom. Work toward reconciliation in your church, home, and heart with this interactive tool.

- Publisher Drawing on years of hard-earned experience, two men share eight essential principles of racial reconciliation. Raleigh Washington and Glen Kehrein also include candid stories about their struggles to overcome ignorance andprejudice.

- Publisher Prejudice. Racism. Sectarianism. Sinful habits must be broken.Reconciliation is at the heart of God's purpose and will. As God has reconciled us to Himself, we are called to be ambassadors of reconciliation within our families, our churches, and our communities. Raleigh Washington and Glen Kehrein have shared their stories of victory through the power of Christ in their book, Breaking Down Walls. Now they give you a 'hands-on' resource to put God's plan of reconciliation into practice. Divided into six units, Break Down the Walls will help you keep the promises of a Promise Keeper.Unit 1: God Honoring RelationshipsWhat kind of relationships does God want us to experience?Unit 2: Called to ReconciliationWhat is required to heal broken relationships?Unit 3: Sincerity and SensitivityHow can we really care for those around us?Unit 4: Repentance and ForgivenessHow do we extend the grace of Christ to others?Unit 5: Sacrificial LoveWhat does real love involve?Unit 6: InterdependenceHow do we share our lives with our brothers? Promise #6--A Promise Keeper is committed to reaching beyond any racial and denominational barriers to demonstrate the power of biblical unity.

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About "Break Down the Walls"

Racism. Denominationalism. Mistrust. Stereotypes. Grudges. All are walls that grieve God and work against His kingdom. Work toward reconciliation in your church, home, and heart with this interactive tool.
- Publisher

Drawing on years of hard-earned experience, two men share eight essential principles of racial reconciliation. Raleigh Washington and Glen Kehrein also include candid stories about their struggles to overcome ignorance andprejudice.
- Publisher

Prejudice. Racism. Sectarianism. Sinful habits must be broken.Reconciliation is at the heart of God's purpose and will. As God has reconciled us to Himself, we are called to be ambassadors of reconciliation within our families, our churches, and our communities. Raleigh Washington and Glen Kehrein have shared their stories of victory through the power of Christ in their book, Breaking Down Walls. Now they give you a 'hands-on' resource to put God's plan of reconciliation into practice. Divided into six units, Break Down the Walls will help you keep the promises of a Promise Keeper.Unit 1: God Honoring RelationshipsWhat kind of relationships does God want us to experience?Unit 2: Called to ReconciliationWhat is required to heal broken relationships?Unit 3: Sincerity and SensitivityHow can we really care for those around us?Unit 4: Repentance and ForgivenessHow do we extend the grace of Christ to others?Unit 5: Sacrificial LoveWhat does real love involve?Unit 6: InterdependenceHow do we share our lives with our brothers? Promise #6--A Promise Keeper is committed to reaching beyond any racial and denominational barriers to demonstrate the power of biblical unity.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Claude V King

Claude V. King entered college with plans to become an archaeologist, but God called him to begin working with people. While he was studying to become a pastor, God led him to become trained to equip lay people for ministry. Claude's degrees in theology and adult education prepared him to work as a design editor of discipleship courses at LifeWay Christian Resources. In this role he worked with Henry Blackaby to develop Experiencing God and other discipleship studies.

The widespread success of those works led to other writing opportunities. Claude has written or coauthored 20 books that have sold more than five million copies in aggregate. While writing Made to Count Life Planner, Claude served with the North American Mission Board as the prayer-strategy coordinator in New York City for New Hope New York. He has recently returned to work at LifeWay as an Editor-in-Chief of undated resources.

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  • Catalogue Code 181581
  • Product Code 0802426182
  • EAN 9780802426185
  • Pages 208
  • Department General Books
  • Category Christian Living
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date May 1997
  • Dimensions 279 x 215 x 13 mm
  • Weight 0.567kg

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