There are people in this world that need structure incorporated into their life. These type of people are too lax and laid back. However, there are also people who need less structure in their life, because this type of person is too rigid and inflexible.
For the former, there is a book out that talks about how the gospel encourages, motivates, and urges us to get things done. This book is both practical and theological, which is often not common. Because this book is gospel-centered, it is also gospel-powered and gospel-motivated. Reading this book brings you back to the gospel and therefore sends you out in the gospel, to be a productive person for the Kingdom.
It would not surprise me if this book entered the syllabi of seminaries and was put into the hands of those who are seeking spiritual formation along with God’s will for their life. In this book is good theology and solid application. The principles taught in this book can be immediately applied and USED by the reader. This is a strength of the book.
Keep in mind, there are people who excel at productivity for both the right and wrong reasons. This book is for the productive person and the unproductive person…because both need to be reminded and drawn back to the gospel so that productivity is not in vain.
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