Gospel Fluency Handbook Book Review

Gospel Fluency Handbook by Ben Connelly and Jeff Vanderstelt book review.

Book info

“I’m an unbeliever. So are you,” Jeff Vanderstelt tells us in his book Gospel Fluency.
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 Handbookwas written for you. For those who’ve realized there are areas of life-your normal, everyday, busy life-where you disbelieve God, His goodness and His gospel. 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. Handbook includes free download code for a companion video series.
About the Authors:
Ben Connelly, his wife Jess, and their kiddos Charlotte, Maggie, and Travis live in Fort Worth, TX. He started and now co-leads The City Church, part of the Acts29 network and Soma family of churches. Ben also directs church planting for Soma churches across North America, has taught university classes, and has published a few books. With degrees from Baylor University and Dallas Theological Seminary, he writes for various publications, trains folks across the country, and blogs occasionally at benconnelly.net.

Jeff Vanderstelt is the visionary leader for the Soma Family of Churches and the lead teaching pastor at Doxa Church in Bellevue, Washington. When he isn’t preaching or mentoring church planters, he and his family share life with their missional community. He is the author of “Saturate: Being Disciples of Jesus in the Everyday Stuff of Life.”
Find out more about Ben Connelly and Jeff Vanderstelt at https://saturatetheworld.com.

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<br /> <strong>One grand prize winner will receive:</strong> <br /> <ul> <li>10 copies of <em>Gospel Fluency</em> and <em>Glospel Fluency Handbook</em></li> <li>8-cup Chemex Coffeemaker</li> <li>Level Pour Over Kettle</li> <li>Big House Beans Coffee Sampler (Big House Beans is to empower individuals through unconditional love and second chances. #morethanjustcoffee)</li> </ul>

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My Review: Unfortunately, Biblical illiteracy is not just reserved for the unchurched. Many Christians fall woefully behind when it comes to Bible literacy. Gospel Fluency Handbook is a great tool that is designed to help teach gospel literacy. This handbook is spiral bound, well laid out, and references many Scriptures.

I think is would be a good resource for new believers or those new to the faith. This resource goes over what the gospel is and what Christians believe.

This book is written in a fashion that would be easy for anyone to understand. Its topic are easily explained and backed up with Scripture. This book can be completed individually or with a group of people.

I would give this study five stars.

Blessings, Kasey

 

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