Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: September 01, 2007
Number of Pages: 192
Dimensions: 8.25 × 5.50 (inches)
So why doesn\'t the church take these \"red letters\" to heart? Why aren\'t we doing more to be Christ\'s hands and feet to the poor, the disenfranchised, the weary, the ill, the fatherless, the prisoners? It\'s all there – in red letters. Why has the Church shirked its responsibilities, leaving the work to be done by governments, rock stars, and celebrities?
The Gospel wasn\'t only meant to be read – it was meant to be lived. From the HIV crisis in Africa to a single abused and lonely child in Russia, the Church must seize the opportunity to serve with a radical, reckless abandon. Author Tom Davis offers both challenge and encouragement to get involved in an increasingly interconnected, desperate modern world.
Features and Benefits
- Rides the wave of a growing social awareness among Evangelicals.
- Reaffirms the attention that Bono and others are bringing to the \"Red\" campaign.
Tom Davis is an author, consultant, and the president of Children's HopeChest ( www.hopechest.org) a Christian-based child advocacy organization helping orphans in Eastern Europe and Africa. His first book, Fields of the Fatherless has sold over 60,000 copies. Tom holds a Business and Pastoral Ministry degree from Dallas Baptist University and a Master's Degree in Theology from The Criswell College.