Upside-Down Freedom by Taylor Field
Inverted Principles for Christian Living

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A personable tone, engaging illustrations, and practical guidance enhance this theologically thought-provoking, yet accessible book.
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If you want to reshift your thinking on discipleship, Upside-Down Freedom can give you just the fuel you need for your journey. For more than 25 years, author Taylor Field has served among people who deal with grueling issues of recovery and reveal courageous journeys to freedom. Their life-changing journeys were a result of inverted thinking.

Field’s insightful perspective in Upside-Down Freedom, closely looking at forms of personal bondage, reveals that the way to release yourself from the things that hold you captive can be counterintuitive. Using practical scriptural principles, the inspiring lives of unexpected freedom fighters, including ordinary people from the streets of the Lower East Side, you can find an alternative route to freedom, one so old our own society seems to have forgotten it.
 

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Taylor Field is anything but ordinary. For the last 25 years, he has served as the pastor director of Graffiti Community Ministries in New York City where he has been recognized for his church and community ministry. Working with more than 10,000 people a year, Graffiti Community Ministries serves and empowers children, youth, and adults on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. He works together with his wife, Susan Field. Taylor has a PhD from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary and an MDiv from Princeton Seminary. Taylor has written five books including Squat. He has two married children who are both working in ministry in New York City.
 
Published May 7, 2013 by New Hope Publishers. 192 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction
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A personable tone, engaging illustrations, and practical guidance enhance this theologically thought-provoking, yet accessible book.

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