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When it comes to the ethnic divisions in our world, we speak often of seeking racial reconciliation. But at no point have all the different ethnicities on Earth been reconciled. Animosity, distrust, and hostility among people from various ethnicities have always existed in American history. Even in the church, we have often built walls—ethnic segregation, classism, sexism, and theological tribes—to divide God’s people from each other.
But it shouldn’t be this way. God’s people are the only people on earth who have experienced true reconciliation. Who better to enter into the ethnic tensions of our day with the hope of Jesus?
In Intensional, pastor D. A. Horton steps into the tension to offer vision and practical guidance for Christians longing to embrace our Kingdom ethnicity, combating the hatred in our culture with the hope of Jesus Christ.
In this grab bag, we have 4 e-books on discipleship. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.
Bound to Be Free uses Scripture to recalibrate our hearts so we can walk in the freedom Christ has provided from sin and from the encumbrances that weigh us down.
There’s nothing more heartbreaking than to see saints who are bound by performance, not realizing there is freedom through Christ. In the midst of performance, we try to please everyone, to do what we think makes God happy, to live a “good” life . . . and we don’t realize that the walls are closing in around us. There are four walls in the trap of performance: our trajectory, our relationships, our affirmation, and our peers. Each of these speaks deeply to our souls as something we need in order to have a “good life”—but we enslave ourselves to something that will never be enough.
Instead, God invites us into the trap of grace, which frees us. The life-giving walls of this trap are trust in God, reconciliation with God, affection from God, and partnership with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As we acknowledge how we are bound by performance, we can—with God’s help—flee into the captivity of grace and rest in God’s unfailing love.
The fusion of Christian community and the hip-hop culture is very real, very significant, and-sadly-very incomplete. While Christian themes and concepts are prevalent among the listeners to Christian hip hop, it often comes with little theological depth beyond a 3-minute rhyme. They lyrics are meaningful, but that meaning escapes the majority of its audience. To fill this critical gap of understanding Pastor D. A. Horton (aka hip hop artist Azriel) has written G.O.S.P.E.L. in the language of hip hop with the crystal-clear power of Scripture. It’s a sound, compelling presentation of the life-changing truth many professing believers fail to grasp: the gospel. Undiluted. Unmistakable.