New Way to Be Human by Charlie Peacock-Ashworth
A Provocative Look at What It Means to Follow Jesus

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Are you living the life you’re meant to live?

Like Neo in The Matrix, many of us know that something is wrong. We’re haunted by the idea that there must be more to life than the status quo we see in us and around us. We wonder: Is this all there is–to work, education, marriage, sex, family, friendship, and church?

Artful and inspiring, New Way to Be Human is a book for people who know something is wrong, are tired of faking it or forgetting it, and are eager to stumble after Jesus with passion and authenticity. Charlie Peacock–one of the most innovative musical creators of our time–gives us a fresh invitation to the amazing privilege, rich relationship, and meaningful work that a life of following Jesus is meant to be.


About Charlie Peacock-Ashworth

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Charlie Peacock is one of the most popular and innovative singer/songwriters, record producers, musicians, and writers today. A three-time winner of the Gospel Music Association's Producer of the Year award, he has worked with scores of best-selling artists, such as Margaret Becker, Amy Grant, Avalon, Audio Adrenaline, and Nichole Nordeman. The founder of the Art House, a center dedicated to hospitality, art, and biblical study, he has also contributed to several books and is the author of At the Crossroads.
Published March 16, 2004 by Shaw Books. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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A singer-songwriter, record producer and author (At the Crossroads ), Peacock proclaims the "new way to be human" both positively and negatively—to be truly human is to embrace God's kingdom, bringing every area of one's life under divine rule;

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