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It's Friday, But Sunday's Comin'

4.14 of 5 stars 4.14  ·  rating details  ·  71 ratings  ·  8 reviews

Author Tony Campolo has a reputation for delivering a profound message with sharp wit, unbridled passion, and complete honesty. This classic book, expanded from the film of the same title, brings you face to face with Dr. Campolo to hear just such a message: an unashamed proclamation that the Gospel of Christ, when taken seriously, is able to meet every human need-the need

Paperback, 124 pages
Published August 1st 1987 by W Publishing Group (first published December 28th 1984)
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Mr. Campolo has been called a lot of things during his lifetime. For me, there are several words-but Inspiring and Amazing are two of them.

His sense of humor can engage even the most serious person. His heartfelt stories can bring them to tears. His hope for the future and christianity-inspiring.

This book came with an audio cd that mirrors the book and was about 45 minutes long. It didn't feel like it took much more than that to read because his writing style is very engaging.

This book will make
Hien  Nguyen, Minh
This book is packed with exceptional humor and insights on Jesus and the human needs. I actually bought the book, but just for reference only, because I listened to the audio of the book several times when I need encouragement and courage to move on.

Yes, lots of witty humor to make the points but the insights are deep intellectual stuffs.

The audio is available for free at:
Gary Boschee
Campolo's style is infectious, and I love his points - such a compelling book. I do have mixed feelings on the whole Christus victor point - Lately, I have been finding Forde's thoughts on being a theologian of the cross to be more helpful - but God speaks in many and various ways.
I've had this book for ages and finally read it and it's better than the title. I could see it particularly being good for Christian high school youth. I appreciated that in a book of kind of general discipleship that there's a chapter about social justice and the poor.
Ashton Reynolds
A really good and inspiring book, with a very pragmatic look at how Jesus works in our lives. Really good for college students, its better than most of the rediculous stuff christian writers write for college students.
Pam Sarver
Always love to know what Tony Campolo has to say.
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