Honest to God: The Means to True Transformation [NOOK Book]

Overview


Freedom begins when you stop hiding.

Many of us understand the value of authenticity. Of baring our souls in community. Of admitting our pain and struggles to each other. If we desire to relate authentically with our brothers and sisters in Christ, we must also desire relate honestly with God.

Josh
Weidmann, a millennial and world traveler who is dedicated to writing and speaking the truth of the Bible, leads...

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Overview


Freedom begins when you stop hiding.

Many of us understand the value of authenticity. Of baring our souls in community. Of admitting our pain and struggles to each other. If we desire to relate authentically with our brothers and sisters in Christ, we must also desire relate honestly with God.

Josh
Weidmann, a millennial and world traveler who is dedicated to writing and speaking the truth of the Bible, leads us to examine honesty and its importance in our relationship with God. Using Scripture and stories from his own life, Josh shows us how to be honest with God and truly honest with others. He also helps us identify lies, misunderstandings,
and masks that are preventing us from being honest with God.

Honesty with
God will free us, heal us, and transform us.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780802481450
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers
  • Publication date: 3/21/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 837,509
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author


JOSH WEIDMANN has traveled the world speaking to churched and un-churched crowds about the truth of the Gospel from the authority of God's Word for more than a decade (since his late teen years). Josh started preaching at a young age and soon found himself living out God's calling on His life to communicate the Bible through whatever means possible. After the 1999 Columbine high school shooting tragedy in his hometown, God used Josh as a voice of hope to his generation around the nation.
Over the last decade, Josh has continued to preach the truth around the world. He has had the privilege of speaking for some well-known ministries such as Billy Graham
Evangelistic Association, Youth for Christ, and others.His years as a student at
Moody Bible Institute served to deepen his understanding of God's Word and equipped him for a long-term role in serving the church. Josh has had the privilege of fulfilling several pastoral roles in various churches in Colorado and Illinois, including a recent role as a lead pastor in Aurora, Colorado. He currently serves as the Discipleship pastor of Mission Hills Church in Littleton, CO. He also leads and writes for a web ministry called HonestToGod.net.
He and his wife, Molly, live in the suburbs of Denver with their two kids and enjoy loving Christ, loving each other, and loving on God's people.
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Table of Contents


Overture: Honesty Is Not an End in Itself

Part One: Reaching for Real
Chapter 1: Raw Knees and a Raw Soul
Chapter 2: Let the Fig Leaves Fall
Chapter 3: Fear Itself and Fear of God
Chapter
4: Mad at God
Chapter 5: Shame on . . . Who?

Part Two: Roadblocks to Honesty with God
Chapter 6: Deceiving Ourselves
Chapter 7: Polished Pretenders

Chapter 8: Image Management

Part Three: An Honest Encounter with God Himself
Chapter 9: Big God, Little Me
Chapter 10: Too Close for Comfort?
Chapter 11: The Scandal of Grace

Part Four: Baring
Your Soul for the Sake of Change
Chapter 12: God's Honesty Plan
Chapter
13: The Process of Purging
Chapter 14: Radical Integrity
Chapter
15: The Prize of Purpose


Epilogue: Honesty Is a Means to Transformation
Acknowledgments

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  • Posted November 23, 2012

    Good, HELPFUL, PRACTICAL

    THIS BOOK DOES AN EXCELLENT JOB OF MAKING THE ADVICE PRACTICAL, GIVING READERS A STARTER PLAN TO HELP THEM MAKE STEPS TOWARDS THE ULTIMATE GOAL OF HONESTY WITH GOD, AND MAKING THE MESSAGE ACCESSIBLE TO ALL READERS (NO ABSTRACT HARD TO UNDERSTAND IDEAS)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2012

    Good Read

    Practical and timely reminder to be real with the One who truly knows everything about us anyway. Bring honest can truly change your prayer life and the that which it bears.

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