Conflict and a Christian Life
This hopeful book reflects on the healthy and holy aspects of conflict in Scripture, in early church history, and in the new Christian Church. Sam Portara reveals that we must gain a new understanding of conflict in order to see it not as a problem to be solved, but as an opportunity to be seized.
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As It Was in the Beginning
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