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Just like the woman at the well, we cannot see who Jesus really is until we let Him break down our personal barriers. But if we give Him that trust, He will open our hearts and minds to the transformative power of His love. That’s what this book is about: welcoming Jesus into our lives and proclaiming His saving grace.
Jesus in Samaria looks at the process that transforms skeptics into believers, moving from an initial connection with Jesus, through a conversation with the Word, and into His community, where they feel called to share their conviction with others—the conviction that Jesus is the Savior of the world.
About the Author
Pastor Kirk King is the founder and president of Service Safari & Traverse, a pair of linked non-profits located in Colorado, dedicated to helping young adults bridge the gap between adolescence and adulthood. He is the co-author, with Ron Pickell, of The Word on Campus: A Guide to Public College Ministry and other curricula related to the development of Adventist ministry on non-Adventist college campuses. Previously Kirk served the Adventist church as a pastor for children, youth, and young adults, district pastor, and teacher. Kirk’s passion is helping people begin to grasp God’s immense love for them, especially as it was revealed in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and as that same love continues to flow freely into and through their lives today. He is also dedicated to helping Christians learn how to effectively share their faith in Jesus with skeptical friends.
Paperback. 105 pages. Copyright 2016. Part of the iFollow series.