"Love," as Jean Vanier, once wrote, "is to reveal the beauty of another person to themselves." Mark Yaconelli asks how do we become love and how does our legacy in this life become a legacy of love?
Mark Yaconeli looks at the potential within congregations if only we were a bit more willing to admit that we're not very good at Christianity.
Using extraordinary stories from his own life and the lives of others, Yaconelli offers a narrative journey through ways in which disappointments have turned into gifts. In this audio is a wealth of spiritual practices that will carry us deeper into the grace we find in unexpected places.
A practical book for youth ministers, pastors, parents, and teachers who want to teach prayer to teenagers. The book includes short, meditative chapters that provide listeners with the appropriate history, theology, pedagogy, and examples for introducing teens to the life of prayer.
Being a human being is problematic. If "success is not a name for God" as Martin Buber once asserted, then how do we measure a life? Mark Yaconelli looks at how we experience failure, frustration and loss as human beings.