Gospel Fluency Handbook: A Practical Guide to Speaking the Truths of Jesus Into the Everyday Stuff of Life by Jeff Vanderstelt & Ben Connelly
Published September 14th, 2017 by Saturate
Genres Christian, Nonfiction
“I’m an unbeliever. So are you,” We slip in and out of believing God’s word about us and trusting in his work on our behalf. We forget who He is, what’s He’s done and in light of that who we are. Do these statements resonate with you? Then the “Gospel Fluency Handbook” was written for you. F or those who’ve realized there are areas of life-your normal, everyday, busy life-where you disbelieve God, His goodness and His gospel. And, it’s for those who are keenly aware and weighted down by a failure to connect the way gospel truths actually matter to everyday life. The “Gospel Fluency Handbook” is designed to help you and your group become fluent in the gospel-in other words, to help you move from unbelief to belief. The discussions and exercises in this 8-week interactive handbook provide a step-by-step immersion of your mind, heart, soul, and life in the gospel. Each week follows a simple format: three sets of personal Readings and Reflections, a weekly guide for Group Discussion and Exercises that will lead to becoming a more gospel-fluent people. People who are learning to see and then speak the truths of Jesus into the everyday stuff of life.
This is a very detailed book and I would recommend readers plan on it taking at least several months to read it and complete all of the activities. I think the questions and journaling in each chapter really help readers to better understand the information that is presented and be able to apply it to their own lives. The handbook covers a good amount of material and included reflection questions and other activities throughout each chapter. I think this would be great for both personal use or in a Bible study type setting.
Thank you to the publishers for sending me a review copy of this book.