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In this new six-session small group Bible study, The Divine Conspiracy, renowned teacher and writer Dallas Willard offers a timely and challenging call back to the true meaning of Christian discipleship.
Dallas Willard, the author of the bestselling spiritual classic, The Divine Conspiracy, now fulfills his revolutionary vision of how the kingdom of God is made real on earth in this sequel, the last book he was working on before his recent death
This study guide expands the discussion begun in The Divine Conspiracy, focusing on and clarifying key issues and encouraging a fuller understanding of Christian discipleship. Here you will find: Overviews and summaries of each chapter of The Divine Conspiracy Scripture meditations to enhance your understanding of the text Study questions to facilitate stimulating discussion and reflection
Dallas Willard, the author of the bestselling spiritual classic, The Divine Conspiracy, now fulfills his revolutionary vision of how the kingdom of God is made real on earth in this sequel, the last book he was working on before his recent death. In The Divine Conspiracy, revered Christian philosopher and scholar Dallas Willard critiqued the church's obsession with "sin management" and revolutionized our understanding of true Christian discipleship. Jesus is not a remote savior, waiting to welcome us into heaven after we die, Willard argued. He is a dynamic living force, a leader and teacher to whom we apprentice ourselves to learn the sacred skills God wants us to embrace, and to fulfill His son's vision when Christ declared that the "kingdom of God has come." In The Divine Conspiracy Continued, co-written with theologian Gary Black, Willard lays out the next stage in God's plan as this generation of disciples, including ordained and lay leaders, step into positions of authority across our culture and begin to transform the world from the inside out. To fulfill the Christian calling is not to remove oneself from the outside world and take shelter from its shortcomings, Willard reminds us, but to step into the world to lead and serve as agents of change.
Channing Thibadeaux's best friend Derek was as close to a brother as any friend could be. After high school graduation, when Derek moved to Hawaii to surf and elected to abandon his dying father and the college plans he had made with Channing in Memphis,their friendship suffered a setback that would take years to begin to heal. Six years passed by, and a secret revealed to Channing by his father made him finally book the trip to the islands to reunite with his best friend. But what he finds when he gets there are a tragic set of circumstances and the realization that the two boys' combined guilt, misery, regret and brotherly love for one another just may be enough to save him from the muddy waters of the Mississippi and earn him a spot in the sun. Lee Morgan's novella about friendship, family, love and the ability to right the ship after the storm. The inspiration of a new island lifestyle prompted this first long-form story written by the short story author.
Splendor of the Dawn is intriguingly set within the advanced mythical kingdom of Rai where science and spirituality have merged into a higher understanding and integration in daily life. The young Kareae, born in a state of inner freedom, herald of the new humanity, has the ability to empower those he encounters with profundity and conscious awakening. Kalo, a mysterious rogue Kanparu priest has discovered a way to subjugate the entire world to his will by penetrating and reprogramming the underlying energy matrix that existence is made of. Kareae, given the task to stop Kalo by his mentor, Romdev, sets off on an almost impossible epic journey to try to defeat the dangerous and all-powerful priest.
Evangelical Christianity in the United States is currently in a dramatic state of change. Yet amidst this sometimes tumultuous religious environment a rather unique blend of both ancient and contemporary Christian theology has found its way into the hearts and minds of emerging generations of Christians. The Theology of Dallas Willard both describes and conveys the essence of this increasingly popular and perhaps mediating view of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Blending both a prophetic critique with pastoral encouragement, Willard's unique understanding of the reality present within a life lived as a disciple of Jesus in the kingdom of God is attracting both new and traditional Christians to reconsider their faith.

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