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Why Everything That Doesnt Matter Matters So Much


A hopeful and practical model for what it means to be a Christian and a culture-maker in a world of hurt and wondrous possibility, from multi-Grammy winner Charlie Peacock and his wife and author, Andi Ashworth.

Do you feel powerless and overwhelmed by the pain and suffering all around you? Have you ever asked, What can I do to mend the world, my family, or my own life? And if I could, why bother? Does my own small part even matter? If so, here comes hope from two guides who are further down the road. Charlie and Andi have written a collection of letters to Christians and spiritual seekers who think deeply and care acutely about the state of the world and their personal spheres of influence.

In Why Everything That Doesn’t Matter, Matters So Much, beloved and trusted mentors, Charlie and Andi offer you:

*Thought-provoking explorations into the many facets of Christian culture care and making, from the kitchen to Carnegie Hall.

*Practical guidance for how to care for and improve the quality of human life, locally and globally, no matter your vocation.

*A theology of imagination and creativity that provides a framework for all of life.

*A model for expressing love in marriage, friendship, citizenship, and every kind of work–even in the midst of cynicism, fear, exhaustion, and oppression.

It might be said of Christians that our lives are either moving in the direction of the redemption Jesus has on offer, or away from it. Each of these letters is a gentle nudge in the direction of God’s powerfully ordinary purpose for each of us, no matter what the future holds, to participate fully in the beautiful, redemptive work of Christ.

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SKU (ISBN): 9781400337644
ISBN10: 140033764X
Charlie Peacock | Andi Ashworth
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: March 2024
Publisher: Thomas Nelson


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