This book shows that the church is missing out on the prophetic witness and blessing of disability.
Through seven chapters, the author addresses the lack of soteriological imagination.
“Let’s pursue Jesus relentlessly; he wants to be found. He may even join us along the journey.”
“I believe there is a biblical case to be made for the importance and goodness of being evangelical.”
“We are well aware of the fact that we will never be able to reach the unredeemed in such a dysfunctional and divided state.”
When we fill our hearts and minds with God’s Word, we’re emboldened to pray, and we’ll make prayer a priority.
“In the global church, God’s servants are abundant and are steadily plowing, planting, and reaping. You, I, and many women like us are counted among them.”
“The gospel starts with a good Creator who’s been pursuing us since even before we gave in to sin. If you and I are going to be well, we have to know him.”
“There are at least four ways the simple gospel message shapes our goals for children’s ministry.”
Jesse Nelson talks about life-changing sermons.