What happens when people begin to practice love?
This collection of stories explores a remarkably simple idea. What would it look like to practice love? What would happen if we actively chose to engage a deep sense of love even in hard places? The possibilities include a love for God, a love for the self, a love for a neighbor, and even a love for an enemy. What emerges will inspire and challenge the reader to reconsider what it means to live out the practice of love in our lives.
Jesus invited people to engage love as a way of living. It was the defining act of what it meant to live. And in doing so, he opened up a world that revealed something extraordinary: the Kingdom of God. To live a life based on the practice of love requires courage and conviction. It often means facing fears that are not easily overcome. But in the end, the practice of love invites us to discover something deeper about what it means to be human.
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Edited by Jonathan Brink, author of Discovering the God Imagination
Foreword by David Fitch, author of The End of Evangelicalism?
Final List Of Contributors
Lori Wilson, Jason Coker, Alise Wright, Anna Snoeyenbos, Phil Shepherd, Raelene Roth, Kathy Escobar, Marian Struble, Kara Maddox, Arthur Dimmesdale, Idelette McVicker, Mihee Kim-Kort, Todd Hiestand, Rhonda delaMoriniere, Trygve Bundgaard, Neal Hager, Jennifer Luitwieler, Amy Moffitt, Dave Everly, Skyler Dresdin, Neil Christopher, Kristine Socall, Carol Howard Merritt, Cheryl Dack, Beth A. Orchard, Zihna Gordon, Nathan Colquhoun, Martin Turnidge, Annie Bullock, John Martinez, Alan Knox, Trevar J Simmons, Jarrod McKenna, Jamie, Arpin-Ricci, Brian Ammons, Mike Stavlund, Ron Cole, Naomi King, Jake Kampe, Jeremy Myers, Hugh Hollowell, Melissa Cooper, Bradley Jenkins