An independent bookshop in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire Login / Register

Choose life

365 readings for radical disciples

Choose life
Our Price: £12.99

Quantity:


This unique set of daily readings from bestselling author Simon Guillebaud encourages the reader to live the Christian life without compromise and without restraint; to live on full throttle and with utter abandonment to Christ. Simon Guillebaud has lived in Burundi since his early twenties. He takes unimaginable risks so much so that he didn't expect to live to the age of 30. He sees miraculous results time and again as he works tirelessly for the salvation, peace and prosperity of the country he loves and daily gives his life for. Burundi is a place where choices are vivid, stark and sometimes deadly. It is a front line state in a fragile democracy seeking to overcome a bloody past. The spiritual battle between the forces of light and the repressive power of the local witchdoctors is very real. It is in this context that Simon Guillebaud has learned the lessons he shares in this volume. Succinct and engaging, these daily reading cover a separate topic every day. The range is striking and profound as Simon shares the things he has learned through the council of the Holy Spirit. Those who engage with this unique devotional will be challenged and ultimately changed.

Product Details

Author:
Simon Guillebaud

Publisher:
Monarch Books

Format:
Paperback

ISBN:
9780857215222

Publication Date:
15/08/2014

Pages:
384

Dimensions:
210 x 155 x 22 mm

Notes:
None

Availability:
Available, usually dispatched within 6 days

Customer Reviews

There are currently no reviews for this book. Be the first to review by clicking below!


Review this book...

Related Books:

'Creating Community; shows how the insights of 'new monasticism' can help people deepen their connection with God and each other, and connect God with the whole of life based around the importance of a way (or rule) of life, a network of soul friends, and a rhythm of prayer.
Our Price: £8.99

x
This website uses cookies. More info. Okay