Divided We Unite: Practical Christian Unity

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Divided-We-Unite-Cover_thumbDivided We Unite: Practical Christian Unity is my new E-book that helps Christians put their divisions into proper perspective and then focuses on the unity that the Holy Spirit brings.

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Buying Divided We Unite through Amazon or Barnes and Noble for $.99 helps me financially and opens up more possibilities for being found on these sites. If you want to support my work or if you simply can’t get the Kindle version to work on your device, here are the links you need:

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More About Divided We Unite…

When Jesus prayed that his followers would be one, he wasn’t setting up his future disciples for failure. In fact, the prayer of Jesus may be closer to fulfillment than many Christians in thousands of denominations suspect.

Christian unity isn’t created by signing off on a list of bullet point beliefs. The Holy Spirit unites disciples of Jesus together with bonds that are stronger than any divisions. Though Christians are divided into different denominations, it is possible to practice charitable Christian unity in the midst of very real divisions. Christians are divided, but through God’s Spirit, they can remain united.

Practical Christian unity is the art of living in the unity of the Spirit without letting divisions cut Christians off from one another. Practical, everyday unity is tough and costly, but Divided We Unite shows a way forward that rests fully in the power of God without neglecting the role of each Christian.

 

About Ed Cyzewski

Ed Cyzewski (Si-zes-key) is the author of Coffeehouse Theology: Reflecting on God in Everyday Life, The Coffeehouse Theology Bible Study Guide, and The Coffeehouse Theology Contemporary Issues Study Guide (NavPress, 2008) and A Path to Publishing: What I Learned by Publishing a Nonfiction Book (2010). His next book with practical thoughts on discipleship is due in the fall of 2012 with CLC. He is a contributor to The Holy Bible Mosaic NLT and he publishes articles in a variety of magazines.

Ed is a freelance writer, speaker, and blogger who uses curiosity, a seminary degree, and bad puns to help his readers follow Jesus. He aims to make good theology accessible, interesting, and practical. An editorial team of house rabbits encourages him to continue writing books they can chew on. When not writing at home with his wife and rabbits, he enjoys speaking with young adults at missional congregations and serving with his church in his community. Learn more about his freelance work at www.edcyz.com.

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