So how can we arrest this decline and instill a greater sense of "character" in our lives? "Character" is an elusive term, but we usually use it to describe the quality of a person's inner being -- their "moral fiber." In this insightful set of meditations, E. Dale Click suggests that the way to develop character is to put God at the center of our lives. And, he points out, the Ten Commandments and the Beatitudes provide us with the blueprints to enjoying life. These essays illustrate that the timeless yet timely guides to living in God's laws (the commandments) and his declarations (the beatitudes) exemplify all the admirable characteristics of the godly, character-filled life.
Labeled the "architect" of the United Lutheran Church in America's church-wide evangelism mission, E. Dale Click practiced evangelism in his own pastorate in two suburban congregations and three central city churches. He has directed evangelism missions in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Argentina, teaching thousands of pastors and lay people the meaning of evangelism. The author of five books, Click continues to serve as a consultant to numerous congregations and universities in evangelism and development as well as lecturing and preaching across the United States.
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