Transformation A Work in Progress

by Al Edmondson



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/8/2019

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781973650515
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781973650508
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781973650492

About the Book

God created us for good works that were planned in ages past. He knew the future and our place in it. While participation is a duty clearly stated in scripture, many Christians are unaware of God’s desire for their mobilization. Others may not be carefully listening for his voice or, regrettably, dismissing him as if their participation is optional. No Christian is exempt from his command to be transformed into spiritual awareness, to grow in biblical knowledge, and in parallel, to participate in the building of his kingdom. The disengaged miss the joy-filled opportunities that enable personal growth through work that fulfills their responsibilities within the church body. The earth is blooming with 7.5 billion souls. More than ever before the entire body must mobilize to effectively represent the stature of Christ. We are his hands, his feet, his fragrance, and his voice in our world. This twelve-week study lays out God’s plan to advance the gospel and discipleship through the work of his redeemed family, endowed by the Holy Spirit with gifts and power to change our world. The study addresses issues that weaken Christian resolve, compete for our attention and time, and even cripple his people. These issues require a serious call to duty.

About the Author

Al Edmondson is an engineer residing in the Pacific Northwest. He and his wife Linda continue to lead mid-week home groups, and have been instrumental in coaching other leaders. This book is motivated by his love for the Church, knowing that participation with the Body is necessary to advance the Good News and fill the soul.

He and Linda are enjoying the blessing of grandchildren. They are thankful for the pastoral leadership of their local church who invested themselves in training and encouragement in the exercise of their Spiritual gifts.