Apprentice: Walking the Way of Christ

Front Cover
Zondervan, Aug 30, 2009 - Religion - 208 pages
0 Reviews
The quest for meaning and purpose dwells within all of us. Jesus insisted that its fulfillment lay in a relationship with him. But what does that relationship look like—really?Apprentice calls spiritual pilgrims, both Christians and non-Christians, to exchange the shallow diversions of secular and religious culture for the pursuit of our true desires. In a book of refreshing honesty, great heart, and rich creativity, Steve Chalke guides us into an apprenticeship with the master teacher, Jesus. Embarking on a relational journey that engages us on every level, we walk with Jesus in an organic, whole-life learning experience, exploring ten areas foundational to the meaning and depth we crave.Apprentice encourages us to ask our most probing questions, embrace our doubts, and learn why we are driven to belong. Combining story and parable with thoughtful commentary, we discover the ancient art and discipline of apprenticeship— living lives stamped with the character, presence, and impact of Jesus.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Acknowledgements
7
Journeying
9
Longing
29
Believing
45
Questioning
61
Belonging
79
Serving
95
Persevering
111
Forgiving
129
Listening
147
Engaging
165
Notes
185
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2009)

Steve Chalke is an ordained minister and the founder of Oasis, which over the last 25 years has developed into a group of charities working to deliver education, training, youth work, health care and housing around the world. He is the senior minister of Church.co.uk, Waterloo and a UN Special Advisor working to combat people trafficking. In 2004 he was awarded an MBE by the Queen for his work in social inclusion.

Joanna Wyld began her career writing about music for CD liner notes and concert programmes. She studied at Oxford, where she was listed as one of the Women of Distinction in 25 years of women at New College, and lives in London with her daughter, Eva.

Bibliographic information