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Kingdom Calling: Vocational...
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Restorers of Hope: Reaching...
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Preferential Option: A Chri...
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The Soul of Development: Bi...
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Reinvigorating Faith in Com...
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“One helpful way of identifying these kingdom features is to examine closely the "preview" passages in the Bible. Pop a movie into your DVD player, and you'll first see previews of coming attractions. Similarly, throughout the Bible are previews of the "feature film": the kingdom of God in all its consummated fullnness. These texts offer us glimpses into what live will be like in the new heavens and new earth.”
Amy L. Sherman, Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good

“Every faithful act of service, every honest labor to make the world a better place, which seemed to have been forever lost and forgotten in the rubble of history, will be seen on that day [at the final resurrection] to have contributed to the perfect fellowship of God's kingdom.... All who committed their work in faithfulness to God will be by Him raised up to share in the new age, and will find that their labor was not lost, but that it has found its place in the completed”
Amy L. Sherman, Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good



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