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Author:
Tony Campolo
ISBN13:
978-0849942051
ISBN:
0849942055
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Publisher:
Thomas Nelson; 47416th edition (September 22, 2000)
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Subcategory:
Ministry & Evangelism
ePub file:
1910 kb
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1929 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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561

No one tells a story like Tony Campolo.

No one tells a story like Tony Campolo.

And when Tony Campolo tells a story, we are captivated and entertained by the amazing characters and situations he describes. You'll laugh (or wince) at how one particular missions offering was raised. You'll feel the tragedy of a friend Tony didn't stand up for. You'll thrill to the "Sunday's comin' " sermon. You'll be moved when you learn about the childhood event that caused Bishop Tutu to become a priest. These are stories of hope, doubt, faith, failure, and triumph.

No one tells a story like Tony Campolo And when Tony Campolo tells a story, we are captivated and entertained by the amazing characters and situations he describes. Why stories? Stories have the power to sneak up on us, catch us unaware, and in the process draw us closer to our fellow human beings. And when Tony Campolo tells a story, we are captivated and entertained by the amazing characters and situations he describes.

Let Me Tell You a Story: Life Lessons from Unexpected Places And Unlikely People (2000, Word Publishing). Red Letter Christians: A Citizen's Guide to Faith and Politics (2008, Regal Books). Stories That Feed Your Soul (2010, Reagal). Revolution and Renewal: How Churches Are Saving Our Cities (2000, Westminster/John Knox). Which Jesus: Choosing Between Love and Power (Nashville TN: Word Publishing Group, 2002). Connecting Like Jesus (with Mary Albert Darling) (2010, Jossey-Bass). Red Letter Revolution: What If Jesus Really Meant What He Said? (with Shane Claiborne) (2012, Thomas Nelson).

This story is taken from his book, Let Me Tell You a Story – Life Lessons From Unexpected Places and Unlikely People. Everywhere there were people who were seriously injured. I saw blood everywhere I looked. The scene was horrible. It was so horrible I almost fainted. I highly recommend it as it’s full of great stories and illustrations that he’s collected over the years.

On June 8, 2015, Tony Campolo released a statement changing his position on the issue of gay relationships . Let Me Tell You a Story: Life Lessons from Unexpected Places And Unlikely People (2000, Word Publishing).

On June 8, 2015, Tony Campolo released a statement changing his position on the issue of gay relationships, and stating that he now supported full acceptance of Christian gay couples into the Church. He cited several reasons including the institution of marriage primarily being about spiritual growth instead of procreation, what he had learned through his friendships with gay Christian couples, and past examples of exclusionary church traditions practiced "by sincere believers, but most of us now agree that they were wrong.

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Anthony Campolo, Tony Campolo. No one tells a story like Tony Campolo.

Anthony Campolo, Tony Campolo. and to God.

Let Me Tell You a Story: Life Lessons from Unexpected Places and Unlikely People, . 9, Thomas Nelson In. Damon Lindelof on ‘The Leftovers’: ‘I’m fighting for the life of the show’". 9, Thomas Nelson Inc. 5 Copy quote. One person's magical thinking is another person's cynicism. Thinking, Persons, Magical Thinking. Interview with Alan Sepinwall, uproxx.

Vivid. Passionate. Witty. Poignant. No one tells a story like Tony Campolo.

Why stories? Stories have the power to sneak up on us, catch us unaware, and in the process draw us closer to our fellow human beings . . . and to God. And when Tony Campolo tells a story, we are captivated and entertained by the amazing characters and situations he describes.

You'll laugh (or wince) at how one particular missions offering was raised.You'll feel the tragedy of a friend Tony didn't stand up for.You'll thrill to the "Sunday's comin' " sermon.You'll be moved when you learn about the childhood event that caused Bishop Tutu to become a priest.

These are stories of hope, doubt, faith, failure, and triumph. Of people standing up for justice, showing mercy, and living for God. But don't just expect to be entertained by Tony Campolo-though you will be. He just might change your heart and your life's priorities.

Listen well. You might overhear God talking to you.

  • Tony Campolo is the "story teller of story tellers." His stories communicate the truth of life, the Gospel, and come out of a life through which God has so profoundly revealed Himself. A book definitely worth your time and it comes in wonderful "bite-size chunks" that even if you have only a few minutes, you can still mine a jewel.

  • A collection of some of the best stories from a great story teller; pastor, preacher, professor and socialist.

  • Tony Campolo is, next to Max Lucado my favorite author of all. I give as gifts to a lot of people. This book is his bestr - especially the one about the birthdaty party -- we need to be "jesus with skin on" --

  • Full of stories of situations Tony Compolo found himself in. Some of them are very funny. All of them give a perspective of how Christianity can affect everyday life.

  • Excellent writing and a good book.

  • An excellent easy to read book. Each story, provokes you to think more about how Christ is important in your life. They are simple but inspiring stories. Tony Campolo always writes in an interesting manner.

  • Like the intra personal perspective. Drew on life's experiences to relate the stories.

  • I could not put the book down. Now that I'm finished, I look forward to reading it again! The stories are humorous, inspirational, memorable and touching. Most importantly however the stories are wonderful illustrations of the Kindgom of God at work here on earth. They provide a highly effective way of communicating the Christian faith without being "preachy".