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Colin McCartney

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  • What Does Justice Look Like And Why Does God Care About It

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    What does justice look like? And why does God care about it?

    Colin and Judith McCartney take us on a bold exploration of justice through the lens of scripture and the life of Jesus. Find out how Christians across the centuries have understood and lived God’s call to justice. Discover communal and individual practices for living a life of justice in our time and place.

    The Jesus Way: Small Books of Radical Faith delve into big questions about God’s work in the world. These concise, practical books are deeply rooted in Anabaptist theology. Crafted by a diverse community of internationally renowned scholars, pastors, and practitioners, The Jesus Way series helps readers deepen their faith in Christ and enliven their witness.

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  • Who Are Our Enemies And How Do We Love Them

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    Who are our enemies? And what would it mean to love them?

    Hyung Jin Kim Sun leads us on an exploration of God’s call to love our enemies. What did Jesus demonstrate and teach about loving enemies? How is nonviolence connected to Christian faith and spirituality? Isn’t violence sometimes necessary? Does loving our enemies really work? What is the goal of enemy love and how can it be applied in our everyday lives? This book won’t answer every question about a Christian practice of nonviolence, but it will lead toward a deeper faith as we consider how to live with enemies in a violent world.

    The Jesus Way: Small Books of Radical Faith delve into big questions about God’s work in the world. These concise, practical books are deeply rooted in Anabaptist theology. Crafted by a diverse community of internationally renowned scholars, pastors, and practitioners, The
    Jesus Way series helps readers deepen their faith in Christ and enliven their witness.

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  • Red Letter Revolution

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    Jesus came to start a movement not a religion.” Jesus came to start a revolutionary movement of love, not the stifling, compliantly docile religion that is far too prevalent in our world today. To Jesus, poverty, racism, economic disparity, violence, classism, sexism and all other forms of injustice and oppression cannot be tolerated in the revolutionary kingdom reign of God. The question that the “Red Letter Revolution” asks is this, “Are we willing to continue in the revolutionary path of Jesus and labour on behalf of the oppressed of our day, no matter what the personal cost? Or, will we ignore the cries of the poor or even worse, go the way of the religious institution and blindly walk our way through a world of need?” In “The Red Letter Revolution” the reader will be challenged to join Jesus’ radical movement by submitting his or her life to the words of Jesus written in red that are found in certain versions of the Bible. It dreams of a global movement in which “Red Letter Christians” gather together to worship Jesus, listen to his voice and do his works. And, it lays down a practical plan in which these “red letter” groups can impact their cities, nation and world especially in the lives of the poor and oppressed. Red Letter Christianity is God’s dream for every nation in our world. Are you up for the challenge to join the revolution in acting out the words of Jesus locally, nationally and globally? If you are then this book is for you.

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  • Beautiful Disappointment : Discovering Who You Are Through The Trials Of Li

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    The many challenges life throws at us do not shape us. How we respond to these challenges does. In “The Beautiful Disappointment” urban youth worker and author, Colin McCartney, shares his personal struggles in dealing with the murder of one of his staff, the death of a child in his program and his own near death experience from a paralyzing water accident in Hawaii. While the author was recovering from this life threatening accident in the critical care unit of Maui Memorial Hospital he slowly realizes that trials are “beautiful disappointments” God can use to purge us off all the false things we have allowed to disfigure who we truly are. It is through this “refining by trials” that the author experiences the intimate presence of God, a presence in our soul that frees us to reconnect to who we truly are as God originally created us to be. A true story that will leave the reader truly changed.

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