Your Own Jesus (Student Edition)
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About "Your Own Jesus (Student Edition)"
:Do you find your faith is a little flat, or that the church hard to connect with? Perhaps it's because you've inherited someone else's Jesus: relying on what other people feel and say instead of discovering the living Lord yourself. In this student edition of Your Own Jesus, Mark Hall traces what can happen when you accidentally make a spiritual compromise with the world, while showing what can occur when believers like you experience authentic fellowship with the one living God. Through personal stories, scriptural insights, and discussion questions, Your Own Jesus Student Edition will set you free to live without compromise with the Jesus you'll come to know intimately and love fully.
Meet the Authors
Mark Hall is a true storyteller and a teacher with a heart for ministry. He is lead singer and songwriter for the GRAMMY Award-winning band Casting Crowns, whose three albums have all achieved Platinum status, selling 3 million CDs.
He has served Eagle's Landing First Baptist Church in McDonough, Georgia for eight years, having been in ministry for almost two decades. Mark admits he would be overwhelmed by life's demands were it not for his wife of 19 years, Melanie, who also serves as Casting Crowns' road manager. He recently co-authored Your Own Jesus with Tim Luke.
Tim Luke serves as associate pastor of Eagle's Landing First Baptist Church, where he has been on staff for nine years after serving as editor of In Touch magazine, the devotional magazine of Dr. Charles Stanley's ministry. Tim worked as sportswriter for ten years, the last four as a beat writer covering the Atlanta Braves. He has recently co-author Your Own Jesus with Mark Hall.
Customer Reviews For "Your Own Jesus (Student Edition)"Write Your Own Review
I liked the premise of the book, taking hold of your own faith in Jesus but I don't know that it was executed as well as it might have been. I found that the bible was not used anywhere near as much as it should have been and when it was, it was often tenuous links or taken out of context. My other issue was that I found big claims were sometimes made that didn't necessarily have a basis in scripture. It seemed to me that it was based on the musings of one person, as opposed to the word of God. It did however still contain some very helpful and insightful truths and I liked the passion that had obviously gone into the authorship of this book.