Life Change: Finding a New Way to Hope, Think, and Live

Life Change: Finding a New Way to Hope, Think, and Live

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Life Change: Finding a New Way to Hope, Think, and Live by Jordan Easley


Ask anyone: “Is there something about your life that you would like to change?” and the answer will most likely be a resounding “YES!” Change is something most of us want but few of us practically achieve.

In Life Change, rising voice Jordan Easley takes a spiritual approach to the topic, walking readers through the book of Mark to highlight stories of life change in the Bible. Looking at seven miracles Jesus performed throughout that text and the people who were changed by them, Jordan shows how the power of God enables us to do what we are incapable of doing ourselves.

It may feel like the odds are stacked against us, but the good news is that change is possible, and it happens when we live out this three-step process:
A NEW HOPE: Establish an authentic relationship that inspires and sustains hope in your life.
A NEW WAY OF THINKING: As a result of that relationship, you have a new way of thinking.
A NEW WAY OF LIVING: As a result of your new way of thinking, you have a new way of living.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781433681608
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Publication date: 12/01/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
File size: 2 MB

About the Author


Jordan Easley is the teaching pastor and campus director at Long Hollow Baptist in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Previously, Jordan was the teaching pastor for the Access service at Second Baptist Houston in Texas. Jordan served alongside senior pastor Dr. Ed Young, Sr. at the five campus, 57,000 member church. Jordan has also served at Prestonwood Baptist Church (with over 20,000 members), and First Baptist Church (with over 16,000 members) in Atlanta with Dr. Charles Stanley. Jordan and his wife have two children.Jordan Easley is the teaching pastor and campus director atLong Hollow Baptist in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Previously, Jordan was theteaching pastor for the Access service at Second Baptist Houston in Texas.Jordan served alongside senior pastor Dr. Ed Young, Sr. at the five campus,57,000 member church. Jordan has also served at Prestonwood Baptist Church(with over 20,000 members), and First Baptist Church (with over 16,000 members)in Atlanta with Dr. Charles Stanley. Jordan and his wife have two children.


Gary Thomas is a bestselling author and international speaker whose ministry brings people closer to Christ and closer to others. He unites the study of Scripture, church history, and the Christian classics to foster spiritual growth and deeper relationships.

Table of Contents

Foreword Gary Thomas xvii

Introduction 1

Chapter 1 Life Change 3

Chapter 2 A Life in Need of Healing 29

Chapter 3 How to Position Your Life for Change 49

Chapter 4 The Touch That Changes Everything 73

Chapter 5 It's Never Too Late for Change 89

Chapter 6 Change That Leads to Freedom 113

Chapter 7 Open Ears, Open Hearts, Changed Lives 135

Chapter 8 Change Fighter 151

Chapter 9 Life Change in Practical Terms 167

About the Author 183

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Life Change: Finding a New Way to Hope, Think, and Live 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Life Change breaks down a very complicated subject into some simple stories offered in the book of Mark. Easley walks through Jesus' encounter with several individuals who were desperately in need of change in their lives. Some of them had physical needs and some of them had spiritual needs but all of them walked away healed after placing their trust in Christ. This is a great book for an individual looking to gain a basic understanding of the kind of change a life with Jesus can produce as well as a person seeking to deepen their understanding of the relationship they already have with God.