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Publisher Description

A purposeful guide for twenty- and thirty-somethings to understand and embrace their calling as well as immediate next steps for their lives.

You've heard people say, "Who you are matters more than what you do." But does the Bible really teach that? 

In Garden City, popular pastor and speaker John Mark Comer gives a surprisingly counter-cultural take on the typical "spiritual" answer of the church. Comer explores Scripture to discover God’s original intent for how we are meant to spend our time, reshaping how you view and do your work, rest, and life. 

Here, you'll find answers to questions like:
Does God care where I work?Does he have a clear direction for me?What about what I do with my free time or how much rest I get?
In these pages, you'll learn that it's ultimately about the reality that what we do matters, just as much as who we are.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2015
September 29
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
336
Pages
PUBLISHER
Zondervan
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
816.1
KB

Customer Reviews

ER777ash ,

Life Changing

This book changed my life and taught me what it truly means to be a human- one made in the image of God.

D.O.G. (Depend on God) ,

A great one!

This is one of the best books I’ve read in a long time. John writes intelligently and refreshingly clear. I read the book alongside with the audio version and it was an awesome experience. I am so glad I read it. Thanks for writng it John.

Curious Truth Seeker ,

Garden City

This is by far the best book I have ever read. And it has inspired me to look for more biblical education. Out of all the years I have tried to understand scripture, I relate to this and think I understand, at least the first few verses of the very first book. Who would guessed you could write a book about that. And make everything crystal clear. I do have a purpose. This author is so down to earth that even I get it. God bless you for such a wonderful and super important interpretation. And a great sense of humor too.

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