I’m getting ready to lead a small group at our church this September on The Grand Paradox: The Messiness of Life, the Mystery of God, and the Necessity of Faith. In just the last 2 days I’ve heard 2 stories of people using the book for friends and family members going through depression and other difficult life situations which only gets me more excited about taking people through the content. The Grand Paradox is a comprehensive look at faith and how it plays out in the life of a believer, even when it gets messy. If you’re interested in leading a book study in your city or for your church, I’d be happy to interact with you or help in any way I can—you can also find small group resources here. If you are able to engage the book in this way, I’d love to hear your feedback.
The Grand Paradox for Small Groups
Race and the Gospel: Is Justice a Part of the Discussion? Originally appeared in Outreach Magazine Good news, like light, touches everything in the room.
Taken from Tamara’s favorite devotional, Bread For the Resistance, by our friend Donna Barber. Copyright (c) 2019 by Donna Marie Barber. Published by InterVarsity Press, Downers
The God of Justice “The Lord’s justice will dwell in the desert, his righteousness live in the fertile field.” Isaiah 32:16 The God of Disruptive
Has the thought of doing a daily devotional ever felt similar to the feeling you get when you think about doing your taxes: You know