Honestly: Really Living What We Say We Believe

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Harvest House Publishers, Sep 1, 2011 - Religion - 208 pages
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Johnnie Moore, vice president and campus pastor of Liberty University, inspires readers with an enthusiastic challenge to live out fully what they say they believe as Christians.

In his uniquely confessional tone, Johnnie takes readers on a journey of belief from the hilltop home of the Dalai Lama to a mass grave of more than 250,000 people in Rwanda. He dares to address the doubts and challenges that have turned many well-intentioned Christians into hypocrites. Like a good pastor, Moore helps heal the wounds he opens, and he leaves his reader with one curious question, "What could happen if the world's Christians actually began to live what they say they believe?"

 

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A stirring book

User Review  - Nate - Christianbook.com

In Honestly: Really Living What We Say We Believe, Johnnie Moore, vice president and campus pastor of Liberty University, challenges readers to live an authentic Christian life. He argues that one of ... Read full review

a plea to end hypocrisy

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“This book is about becoming spiritually healthy by identifying and combating soul sickness that threatens to weaken our faith and inhibit it from producing the appropriate actions in our lives.” (16 ... Read full review

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Johnnie Moore is the vice president and campus pastor of Liberty University, the world's largest Christian university. He is a popular speaker, a professor of religion, a communication advisor to educators, preachers, and politicians. He is on the board of trustees of World Help and has traveled to more than 20 nations on missionary and humanitarian trips. He and his wife, Andrea, live in Lynchburg, Virginia.

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