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Jesus Brand Spirituality: He Wants His Religion Back.

Jesus Brand Spirituality: He Wants His Religion Back

Ken Wilson
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"Jesus Brand Spirituality: He Wants His Religion Back" written by Ken Wilson, Senior Pastor of Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor, Michigan

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. Ken Wilson takes you on a path through Bible-believing faith the way it is meant to be.

He cross-references the ways of today's world, to the world as it was when Jesus walked among men. He takes us through many questions that most, if not all, of us have asked ourselves and others at one time or another. The author has searched biblically for these answers and scripturally scrip·tur·al  
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 notes them for the reader. I especially enjoyed reading Jesus' pilgrimage among us teaching, showing, touching lives to be all that God the Father desired for us.

Ken Wilson walks us through "Jesus Brand Spirituality: He Wants His Religion Back," from the very beginning, detailing and explaining the different types or kinds of religions. He covers how and why they started, and who its particular followers and leaders were, timeframes, causes and how and if they have progressed to now.

At the end of each chapter, Mr. Wilson adds a "For Reflection" area with questions to ponder and learn from. These can also be used to teach or instruct others trying to discover their journey to God and His gift of eternity. His words are chosen to understand and inspire learning and discovery as well as to keep your interest peaked and alive throughout the book.

He guides you through the book to what is and how to get back to the movement of Jesus spirituality as it should be. "Jesus Brand Spirituality: He Wants His Religion Back" is excellently-written, provocative and compelling. I highly recommend this book to one and all who seek The Truth.
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