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A Million WAys to Die
is one of the Most thought-provoking books i’ve reAD in A long, long, tiMe.”
Ma rk Ba tterson,
lead pastor of National Communit y Church in Washington D.C., and author of
I n a P it wit h a Lion on a S now y Da y
s Christians we talk often about resurrection, but what about our deathand the many daily “deaths” that must come rst? rough storiesand biblical insights, Rick James reminds us that when Jesus tells us to deny ourselves, take up our crosses, and follow Him, He is describing a path
death, not a path
death. As we learn to embrace the little deaths of everyday existence, we loseour taste for lifeless religiosity. Our appetite for a thriving, vibrant life inChrist grows—and our own experience motivates others to live out theirextraordinary missions on earth. As James so vividly illustrates, death is notan ending—it’s an invitation to more abundant life.
is the publisher of CruPress, the publishing armof Campus Crusade for Christ. He is a graduate of Syracuse University and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and the author of numerousbooks, including
Jesus Without Religion
. Rick is a national speakerknown for his ability to address evangelistic issues with clarity andcompassion. He and his family live in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
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