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Postcards from Corinth
     

Postcards from Corinth

by Rick James
 

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This is the Users Guide for personal discipleship. While The Compass provides content for one-on-one discipleship, Postcards addresses the practice, philosophy, and difficult issues that are a part of discipleship. Here, for example, is a partial list of the topics covered:

Habitual Sin, Authority Issues, Christian Counseling, Fasting, Theological Conflicts,

Overview

This is the Users Guide for personal discipleship. While The Compass provides content for one-on-one discipleship, Postcards addresses the practice, philosophy, and difficult issues that are a part of discipleship. Here, for example, is a partial list of the topics covered:

Habitual Sin, Authority Issues, Christian Counseling, Fasting, Theological Conflicts, Coaching Through Trials, Challenging to Conferences, Confronting Sin, Ministering Cross-Culturally, The Role of Faith, Difficulties in Sharing the Ministry of the Spirit, Selection, Conflict Resolution, Why Does Leadership Matter, Conducting Basic Follow-up…

Postcards contains 47 articles divided into six major sections. The first section deals with Life Transformation. The second deals with Issues of Sin. The third division looks at Gender and Sexual Issues, and the forth section is marked off for topics concerning ministry (sharing The Ministry of the Holy Spirit, Basic Follow-up, etc). After the ministry section there is a series of shorter, quick-read articles and abstracts. Last is a section entitled “Foundations and History,” that brings us back to fundamental principles of Crusade discipleship that have no expiration date.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016676692
Publisher:
Campus Crusade for Christ (CruPress)
Publication date:
05/29/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
268
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Rick graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Fine Arts and worked as a writer and art director at Young & Rubicam, an advertising agency in New York City. Leaving Madison Avenue in 1988, Rick and his wife Katie joined the staff of Cru where he has served as Campus Director at Rutgers University in New Jersey, and for many years as Regional Director for the campus ministries of the Mid-Atlantic.

Rick currently serves as Publisher of CruPress and is responsible for writing and producing ministry resources for the Campus Ministry. Rick is also a traveling speaker for Cru, speaking on campuses and at conferences across the U.S.

Rick and Katie have three adult children and live in West Chester, PA.

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