Being Jesus in Nashville

Un libro in lingua di Jim Palmer edito da Zondervan, 2011

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Jim Palmer knew there had to be more to the Christian life than routine religion. After all, Christ continues his salvation on earth today, in and through ordinary people. So Palmer decided to devote one year of his life to being Jesus---not trying harder to act like Jesus, not tacking Jesus on to his life goals, not sprinkling Jesus into his decisions and relationships. He wanted to become a fundamentally different person, to embrace his own identity in Jesus as a human expression of God.Sometimes humorous, sometimes deeply moving, always transparent, Palmer's story of his one-year experiment is for readers who are looking for a more authentic and fulfilling relationship with God. As a popular speaker in the Emerging Church movement, Palmer writes especially for those who shy away from organized religion but are open to the spiritual significance of Jesus Christ. In Being Jesus in Nashville, he shows readers that nothing can compare with the spiritual freedom and radical contentment of living out who they were created to be.

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