The Colors of Hope: Becoming People of Mercy, Justice, and Love
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The Colors of Hope: Becoming People of Mercy, Justice, and Love

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Using artful narrative a seasoned pastor paints a fresh vision of the Christian life as a creative adventure that embodies solutions instead of merely pointing to problems.
ebook, 224 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Baker Books
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Tim
This is a very imaginative, and compassionate book - calling Christians to reassess the meaning and behavior of their faith. Dahlstrom emphasizes the practical meanings of mercy, justice and love and portrays these characteristics as offering hope in a world which in so many ways is gray, washed out, and superficial.

This book is offered, I think, to the audience of believers in affluent circumstances who have access to much, but what they really need is a renewed direction and purpose with which...more
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