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With: Reimagining the Way You Relate to God Paperback – August 22, 2011
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About the Author
Skye Jethani (www.skyejethani.com) is the managing editor of Leadership journal, a magazine and online resource published by Christianity Today International. He also serves as a teaching pastor at Blanchard Alliance Church in Wheaton, Illinois.
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Skye Jethani has, I believe, truly captured the essence of a life lived in full communion with a loving God - a life of true joy, freedom, and unbounded love. This book can never replace God's Word, it was not intended to do so.
What it does is to uncover our motives for living for God and gives us an alternative way to live intentionally for and with our Lord and Savior that focuses on living with out fear or the need to control our environment in order to feel safe.
This book has had a greater impact on my life than any other book I have ever read apart from the Bible - God's Word.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart Skye, thank you!
This book is fairly liberal to the Evangelical mind. His critique of certain approached to God, is decent at times and yet harsh and condescending to those who are more conservative than the author.
I had just come out of Futureville when I started reading With. All in all, With was a great book full of really valuable content. If you were to look through my copy, a good fourth of the book is highlighted, as is the same with Futureville. But speaking of highlights, I noticed in a few chapters that some of the things I read I had already Highlighted IN Futureville. It's good information and thought provoking stuff, but when it's already been written in another one of his books it feels a little regurgitated. Most of that is in the middle chapters, which made those parts feel a little sloggish.
That being said, those parts are still full of content, particularly if you haven't read it before.
Like most things, many of the themes in this book were timely for me. While I feel Skye's categories are a little reductionistic, (over, under, etc.), his view on life with God has am atmosphere of its own. Whether it was the stories he uses or the worldview he builds, I found a lot of joy and food for thought in his words. And anything that causes me to question my worldview is valuable.
Would definitely recommend! Keep it up, Skye.
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Important words for all Christians to read. I appreciated the author's detailed look at the different ways we use God and...Read more