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Soul Revolution: How Imperfect People Become All God Intended

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  • Posted December 18, 2008

    Encouragement for Spiritual Growth

    The term ¿spiritual life¿ is often as misleading as it is mysterious. It is perhaps not a stretch to envision most Christians as unable to define (or exemplify!) a growing spiritual life. But there¿s no doubt the biblical example of a life lived in relationship with God is more than simply attending church. It is a life daily lived in deep, close, and intimate relationship with the Father.<BR/><BR/>John Burke¿s "Soul Revolution" goes a long way to educating a popular audience concerning the value and necessity of spiritual growth. The book¿s main emphasis is promoting what Burke calls the 60-60 Experiment: a challenge to think about God every 60 minutes for 60 days. This simple challenge is Burke¿s encouragement for the reader to connect every hour (and perhaps more often) with a God who desires a personal relationship with his people.<BR/><BR/>Burke takes his message further by encouraging logical steps in the process of spiritual growth including an ¿all-in¿ risk taking mentality in your journey, the necessity of conflict resolution, and the age-old practice of spiritual disciplines. Through these biblical and practical ideas, and the numerous firsthand accounts of growth, the reader can be encouraged in their walk with God.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2009

    Challenging

    Well written book, very challenging program to stay in conscious contact with God

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