Rick McKinley





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This Beautiful Mess: Practi...
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Jesus in the Margins: Findi...
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Kingdom Called Desire: Conf...
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The Answer to Our Cry: Free...
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“God’s love is his nature and he is so full of mercy that he has not chosen whom he loves based on their personal achievements or perceived worth. His love is given to those who are not worthy. He is not seeking to unite himself only to those who meet certain qualifications of looks, personality, and aptitude, but instead he has chosen a bride who was once an orphaned whore.”
Rick McKinley, A Kingdom Called Desire: Confronted by the Love of a Risen King

“In the middle of the brutal reality of death, Jesus never stopped calling people to life. Centering his attention on life, he continually pushes past the smaller and cheaper things we tend to live for and goes right to the core issue, which is life itself.”
Rick McKinley, A Kingdom Called Desire: Confronted by the Love of a Risen King

“Sometimes the ones the world has no place for are best equipped to show us what it is to live fully and to be truly loved.”
Rick McKinley, The Answer to Our Cry: Freedom to Live Fully, Love Boldly, and Fear Nothing



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