We all have places and people we'd prefer to avoid. Yet in a world ruled by geographical, religious, and social barriers, Jesus boldly walked through boundaries. Main examines the Savior's itinerary---the roads he crossed and bridges he built---and reveals that the God-following life is one of inclusion and expansion, not exclusion and isolation. Includes discussion questions. 208 pages, softcover from Tyndale.
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What the world and Christians need to be doing.
Date:December 31, 2010
Saved by Grace
I bought this book because of the cool title and I'm sure glad I did. Bruce gets to the core of what we need to be doing as Christians and how loving each other is central to following Christ. Not just loving people like us but those that are different in many ways. Christ loved those that were different and look what they became. We need to cross the road to meet different people that need Christ and Bruce gives many examples of road crossing in action. You will really get many things from this book if your desire is to love your neighbor as yourself.