The OneLife Challenge

In the next two months I will be posting about once a week about my next book. It’s called One.Life: Jesus Calls, We Follow. It is a discipleship book — Jesus calls and it is ours to follow.

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  • Pat

    Looking forward to it.

  • http://www.suzielind.wordpress.com Suzie Lind

    Can’t wait. Bring it on…

  • http://www.godhungry.org Jim Martin

    I look forward to reading this book and this series.

  • Karen Spears Zacharias

    Is this the cover? I like it

  • Barb

    Hey, something to put on the Kindle I’m getting for my birthday!

  • rjs

    Amazon says the release date is Dec. 15 – so this series will provide a taste of the book?

  • http://communityofjesus.wordpress.com/ Ted M. Gossard

    Neat! Look forward to it, as well as to the James commentary which must be coming out soon (or is it out, already?).

  • http://www.yukonangelproductions.com/Scripture/October/Oct-2.html Rick Adams

    Thoroughly enjoyed your lecture as I video taped your seminar at George Fox Wednesday. I ordered Parakeet from our local library.

  • scotmcknight

    Karen this is like the cover … which you can see if you click through to the Amazon page.

  • Terry

    Looking forward to this — more so if some of your Gospel lectures are from this manuscript. Seeing the Gospel the way you have presented it, and recognizing this as a discipleship book, causes the imagination to run wild.

  • http://azspot.net Naum

    Now in my Amazon wish list…

  • scotmcknight

    Terry, the books actually belong together — as two books. This one is the discipleship/kingdom vision of Jesus and the next one (not yet finally entitled) the gospel that undergirds that vision.