Why You Matter in the Surprising Way God is Changing the World
by Chris Travis
"inSignificant is the story of a man who has been stretched by the extent of God's love for the 'least of these.' Whether you are in the middle of a similar journey, looking back on that journey, or preparing to take a step of faith, this book is for you."
—Dave Stone, Senior Pastor, Southeast Christian Church
In his new book, inSignificant, author and pastor Chris Travis shares powerful, soul-stirring true stories to cast a vision of how much we matter to God and his work in the world.
It was only after the two most difficult years of my life that I began to truly understand this simple truth about how much each of us matter.
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Chris Travis shares what teaching at an inner city school has to do with "significance."
I want to tell you about the most important thing I did today...
Ellen Painter Dollar
In the few hours it took me to read this book (it's not only short, but also nicely written and paced), Travis won me over with his story and his message: Nothing we do is insignificant, if we do it with the motive of loving God and serving others, and for no other reason.
Karen Spears Zacharias
Shoot, I get fan letters and I still go around questioning whether I am doing what God created me to do. We live in a celebrity-driven culture, among communities filled with people who are wracked with the sense that they are insignificant.
Can you recall a time when you felt battered emotionally, physically, and spiritually but chose to persevere and grew in significant ways?
Instead of giving worldly gifts, Travis wants to draw our attention to Christ giving the gift of himself and his service. This gift has to happen at a human scale for humans to be able to respond with love.
If we want to see what it looks like when God’s strength really does show up in our weakness and what that does to our sense of value and worth, inSignificance may find a place on our night stand.
An Interview with Chris Travis
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