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Living Sacrifice: The Cross as a Way of Life Paperback – January 19, 2015
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Robert Gelinas is pastor who deeply desires to see people experience God unfathomable love. Especially the poor, the down and out, the disenfranchised and disabled and those deemed unimportant. As he says, "God loves all people and desires them to experience his peace. God also has a special heart for the poor and poor in spirit, the miserable and marginalized." He leads Colorado Community Church, a multi-cultural, inter-denominational community of over 3,000 followers of Christ in Aurora, Colorado. He holds a BA in Biblical Studies and an MA in Missiology. Robert is also an adoption advocate and jazz theologian. He and his wife, Barbara live with their six children in the Denver area. For more information please visit: www.robertgelinas.net.
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Some of my favorite quotes from the book:
"If winning looks like losing, we must make a conscious choice to identify with those whom the world deems as 'losers'."
"There is no defense against sacrificial love."
"The question is not if we want the cup; rather, it is do we love the hand from which it comes? Because if we do, then we can follow in the footsteps of Jesus and drink it with joy."
Also, the book starts with the Strange Fruit saga, and it's Billie Holiday's 100th birthday.