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'Whose Life is it Anyway?' is one of the important questions a Christian can ask. In this book, Neil Hood leads us on a challenging journey that begins in the heart and extends out to the very practical details of our lives.
'Whose Life is it Anyway?' is one of the important questions a Christian can ask.In this book, Neil Hood leads us on a challenging journey that begins in the heart and extends out to the very practical details of our lives.
Publishers Description Not sure where the time goes as you struggle to combine life at work, home, and church? Frustrated that you don't live the life that you should live but don't know what to do about it? But stop. Whose life is it anyway? We think that our lives are framed by our world - our culture, our circumstances, our expectations, and the expectations others have of us. We are often so blinded by our own busyness that we do not even stop to think about God. But what as Christians is our primary responsibility? Neil Hood challenges us to rethink our frameworks of possibility, to realize that this life is short, and that we are looking towards eternity with a very short lens indeed. He leads us on a challenging journey, which begins in the heart and extends out to the very practical details of our lives. What is our fundamental call to Christian lifestyle and commitment? And how do the priorities of our time, energy and focus reflect that? Whose Life is it Anyway? is a message to you - the busy Christian - and is one that you can't afford to dismiss until you have given it serious.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5" Height: 7.5" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher AUTHENTIC UK
ISBN 1850784612 ISBN13 9781850784616
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More About Neil Hood
Neil Hood is Professor of Business Policy and Co-Director of Strathclyde International Business Unit, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Jeremy Peat is Group Economist, Royal Bank of Scotland. Ewen Peters is Consultant and Senior Research Fellow, University of Strathclyde. Stephen Young is Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of Strathclyde International Business Unit, University of Strathclyde.