Historias que alimentan tu alma by Tony Campolo
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Synopsis

NUEVAS HISTORIAS CAUTIVANTES
DEL MAESTRO DE LA NARRACIÓN

Una de las mejores maneras de contar el relato grandioso del evangelio es mediante los sucesos de la vida diaria donde Dios está obrando… tal como Jesús lo hizo durante su ministerio terrenal. En este libro usted podrá ver el evangelio de una forma práctica alrededor del mundo, tanto en las narraciones de sus viajes internacionales como en las anécdotas de sus amistades que es autor transmite a través de todas estas historias que alimentarán tu alma.
Estos relatos inspiradores se centran en ocho temas del evangelio:
• Intimidad con Dios
• Libertad de la condenación
• Nueva vida en Cristo
• Cómo orar en el Espíritu
• El llamado a rescatar la creación
• Cómo vivir con esperanza
• Los planes de Dios para nosotros
• La seguridad que necesitamos de Dios

Estas historias humorísticas y a veces conmovedoras, son un eco inolvidable de Dos obrando alrededor de nosotros, y en nosotros.
 

About Tony Campolo

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Tony Campolo serves as professor emeritus of sociology at Eastern College in St. David's, Pennsylvania, and is a regular guest on programs such as Nightline, Crossfire, Politically Incorrect, and CNN News. Author of the popular Following Jesus without Embarrassing God, he has also authored twenty-seven other books. Dr. William H. Willimon has been Dean of the Chapel and Professor of Christian Ministry at Duke University, Durham, North Caroline since 1984. He preaches each Sunday in the Duke Chapel at the center of Duke's campus and directs the program of campus ministry there. He also serves as a professor in the Duke Divinity School as well as teaching his popular "The Search for Meaning," course in Duke's undergraduate curriculum. Dr. Willimon is a graduate of Wofford College (B.A., 1968), Yale Divinity School (M. Div., 1971) and Emory University (S.T.D., 1973). He has served as pastor of churches in Georgia and South Carolina. For four years, beginning in 1976, he served as Assistant Professor of Liturgy and Worship at Duke Divinity School, teaching courses in liturgics and homiletics and served as Director of the Ministerial course of Study School at Duke, and Presiding Minister in the Divinity School Chapel. He is the author of fifty books, including Resident Aliens, of which 100,000 copies were sold. Over a million copies of his books have been sold. In 1996, an international survey conducted by Baylor University named him one of the Twelve Most Effective Preaches in the English speaking world. His articles have appeared in many publications including The Christian Ministry, Quarterly Review, Liturgy, Worship, and Christianity Today. He is Editor-at-Large for The Christian Century. He has served as Editor and Expositor (with his wife, Patricia) for Abingdon's International Lesson Annual. He has written curriculum materials and video for youth, young adults, and adults. His Pulpit Resource is used each week by over eight thousand pastors in the USA, Canada, and Australia. He is married to Patricia Parker. The Willimons have two children: William Parker and Harriet Patricia.
 
Published November 1, 2011 by Vida. 241 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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