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Roaring Lambs: A Gentle Plan to Radically Change Your World Paperback – January 24, 1995
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Bob Briner is the president of ProServ Television and the author of The Management Methods of Jesus, Roaring Lambs and Lambs Among Wolves. He has won the coveted Emmy Award for his television work and is one of the leaders in sports marketing and television. Briner and his wife live in Greenville, Illinois. They are the parents of three adult children
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Bob Briner would have told you, "Absolutely!" Roaring Lambs is Briner's manifesto of our proper stance regarding the "culture-shaping arena." Christians can and ought to be the movers and shakers of social change -- "roaring lambs" who infiltrate and make an impact on their workplace and world with their faith. Roaring Lambs was written from Briner's personal experience as an Emmy Award-winning television producer. It takes you into the work world strategies anyone can use. There's also a useful discussion guide that will help you and your friends put shoe leather to your faith. Bob Briner's greatest legacy may well be the way in which, through his own courageous roam, he helped countless Christians discover theirs. John their ranks. Roar with conviction -- and change your world!
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Jesus did not say "Go, ye, into all the Bible Studies and talk about making disciples of all nations; and talk about baptizing them in the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit' and talk about teaching them to observe all things that I have command you." Jesus said to "Go, ye, into all the world...make disciples... baptize...teach..." Jesus commanded faith-action and not just faith-talk.
Read this book if you want your life challenged to move from ineffective mental activites to life-changing community involvement.
For those with inter-Christian sensitivities, Briner does quote and compliment one letter to the editor which has a definite anti-Catholic slur. Briner is not applauding the slur, but it is a shame he chose that letter to quote, instead of one that would have represented what all Christians have in common in our beliefs.
I have to admit that I was disappointed by the final chapter that dealt with the subject of faith in a university/college setting. Here he almost seems to contradict himself by supporting the concept of Christian universities. As a Christian working in a secular university, I was looking forward to some guidelines or ideas on how to express my faith in that context, and was left disappointed. As I've reflected on this, I've come to appreciate Briner's perspective and opinions on this particular topic, but it left a lingering sense of disappointment, which is the only reason I didn't give this review five stars.
And that's the bottom-line really: this is an outstanding book for any Christian involved in the modern communication and media industries. I bought a copy recently as a gift for a young friend who is facing career decisions that may lead to some form of artistic or design career. I hope he is as challenged and inspired by Bob Briner's writing as I was.