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Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good

Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good

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by Amy L. Sherman

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Katherine Leary Alsdorf
"Amy Sherman's carefully researched and theologically grounded work will serve as an inspiration and resource for churches needing to discover and deploy the passions and gifts of their people to faithfully serve the world outside the church. While targeted at pastors and church leaders, this book is also accessible and encouraging for the average congregant who has come to desire a more robust integration of faith and work, which extends from 'blooming where planted' to leading change initiatives within their existing workplaces and by starting new entrepreneurial ventures. Kingdom Calling captures and adds to the equipping and mobilizing 'how-to' we have discovered at Redeemer and would love to share with churches around the world."
Eric Swanson
"Filled with careful research, inspiring examples, heroic people and epic stories, Kingdom Calling introduces the reader to the reality that William Gibson identified: 'The future is already here; it's just not evenly distributed.' This book will go a long way in helping us fast-forward that future."
Ron Blue
"It has been my experience that very few believers deal with one of the most significant issues of the Christian life: the relationship between what they do vocationally and what they are called to do by our Lord and Savior. It is impossible to live as a kingdom servant without considering your kingdom calling. Amy Sherman has articulated extremely well the theological foundation of a kingdom calling and then shown how to practically exercise that calling. It is a privilege for me to endorse this book wholeheartedly as a book that is not only well written, but more importantly one of immense importance."
Bob Roberts Jr.
"To me, this book is at the core of what kingdom living and engagement are all about. When the church in the West gets this, we are going to see transformation on an unimaginable scale. Solid theology, good stories and lots of practical application."
Jason Bachman
"This book is a must read for pastors and church leaders to equip and empower their congregations into a 'Kingdom calling.'"
Tom Nelson
"Amy Sherman is a timely and compelling voice to the church. . . . Kingdom Calling is a very helpful read for pastors and ministry leaders who desire to learn specific and tangible ways on becoming more intentional in equipping congregational members for being a faithful presence for Christ in the world through their vocations."
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To me, this book is at the core of what kingdom living and engagement are all about. . . . Solid theology, good stories and lots of practical application. Bob Roberts Jr., senior pastor, NorthWood Church

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Meet the Author

Dr. Amy L. Sherman is a Senior Fellow at the Sagamore Institute, where she directs the Center on Faith in Communities. She is the founder and former executive director of Charlottesville Abundant Life Ministries and serves as a Senior Fellow with the International Justice Mission.
The Fabric of Faithfulness, he is also a contributor to the books Faith Goes to Work: Reflections from the Marketplace and Get Up Off Your Knees: Preaching the U2 Catalogue. He lives with his wife, Meg, in Virginia.

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Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KPles More than 1 year ago
Amy Sherman hit the mark on this one - guiding the reader to understand the role of the resourced communities and how their under-resourced neighborhoods can rejoice. It's a far cry from redistribution and yet a responsiblitiy of the wealthy. It is certainly up to all of us who rejoice in Jesus Christ to share a taste of his kingdom with others in our communities. Kingdom Calling will help you think quite differently about serving others. Rejoice!