Careless and Loving It (Hit-And-Run Discipleship)

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - Religion - 162 pages
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"Wait for the ideal" is the hiss of the serpent, not the voice of God. Many a clear and present chance to bring love and joy to others has been missed by waiting for a more ideal opportunity. The author maintains that what is needed is more carelessness. The Table of Contents displays many "playing fields" where "hit-and-run discipleship" is an admirable option. A baseball player will not be an effective member of the team without leaving the security of the plate. There are similar risks for a disciple of Jesus. The author uses lessons from his own life, and asks readers to translate them into their own experience. Hopefully they too will be encouraged to become more careless - and love it.


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About the author (2002)

Rod Kvamme writes from his experience as an Air Force Chaplain and Lutheran parish pastor. He and his wife, Pauline, live in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana. At the request of the Montana State Library, the author has recorded his other books. These recordings are available at no charge to the visually or physically impaired.

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