It’s Your Move: Strategies in Thinking from Romans (Gift/Study Group Bundle)
Life is like a game of chess. Interesting pieces are placed in a certain order on an equally interesting board of contrasting squares. Then it starts: the strategies, choices, and patterns. It only takes a few minutes to realize you can’t play chess without being very engaged and thoughtful.
Life is like a game of chess. Interesting pieces are placed in a certain order on an equally interesting board of contrasting squares. Then it starts: the strategies, choices, and patterns. It only takes a few minutes to realize you can’t play chess without being very engaged and thoughtful. That’s how life is. You strategize to have an Alive and Active Life as you move across life’s board.
It's Your Move: Strategies in Thinking From Romans takes you through the entire book of Romans. This New Testament book provides excellent strategies for life. It's a tutorial for a well-structured, well-lived life, teaching about God’s grace in a clever, logical, strategic, and surprising manner. It helps you process critical ideas even as it gives you options and examples. As you engage these ideas from Romans, you find yourself adopting a long view perspective that stretches your comfort zone. And then one day, you realize that you are resolved. You, indeed, know – “with God, all things are possible.” (Mt. 19:26) This gives you the edge you need on the gameboard of life. Rather than debate theology, It’s Your Move helps you study and apply Scriptural concepts in practical ways. When you get up in the morning for another day, you need information and resources to help you make good decisions. You need strategies in thinking, because – ready or not –
- It’s your move.
Publisher: Intentional Living
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