Small Footprint, Big Handprint: How to live simply and love extravagantly


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  1. Live Simply, Love Extravagantly | 27gen;
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When that reason is because we do it for the sake of the Gospel, we suddenly become available to be used by God more than ever before. Ampelon Publishing Bolero Ozon. Small Footprint, Big Handprint: How to Live Simply and Love Extravagantly.

Author and pastor Tri Robinson has found that simple living for simplicity's sake isn't the answer. Beyond the Big Handprint - Reform yourself and the church--or languish in irrelevance. Seven categories of present day global crises:. Spiritual deadness and confusion. Disease, health and sanitation.

Moral, visionary and organizational leadership. Consecration - giving ourselves fully to the purposes of Christ.

Transformation - a new worldview by the renewing of our minds Rom Sanctification - becoming Christ-like in our attitudes and action with a holy righteous passion for a lost and dying world. Reformation - both individually and corporately ready and equipped to embrace change from a consumer to a simpler lifestyle in order to be free and empowered to leave the world a better place. So this little book, from a Vineyard pastor church of around 3, shows that at least some American Christian leaders of mega churches do care about these issues and that's a good thing.

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It's worth reading because it draws us back to God, and perhaps I'd recommend it to people who have never read a book on simpler living at all, but probably not to those who had. It may not add anything new.

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