06
Apr
05

faith in action

faith in action
New Faith in Action Study Bible Now Available
i find it interesting that there are more resources on the rise advancing justice and mercy and they seem to be really well-designed. i’m very wary of hyped and marketed
christian goods so i’m not saying that you should go out and buy this or not but if you’re looking for a new bible maybe it’s worth a peek.

what do you think?

World Vision and Zondervan have worked together to develop a tool to help Christians understand God’s heart for the world. The Faith in Action Study Bible is a tool for applying God’s word to modern life.

The 2,336-page publication is designed to deepen a person’s understanding of God’s Word and cultivate a thoughtful, Christian lifestyle in a world challenged by violence, injustice, poverty, and conflict.

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[american born chinese pastor]
seeks to be that third place for those who are american born chinese [abc] in ministry.
[i]
here we may explore issues unique to the chinese church and doing ministry in that context
[ii]
expand the intersection of asian american culture and christian faith
[iii]
or simply expose what goes on in the mind of this abcpastor

this may be a bit ambitious or even naiive but i do hope that through the posts we can bring together different faith communities, passions for the advancement of the Gospel and the equipping of the body of Christ.

if you are an abc pastor or have any suggestions or would like to contribute to make this space evolve, just comment.

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