Powers, Weakness, and the Tabernacling of God
Marva J. Dawn
Dawn has become a leading spokesperson for matters of the faith,
especially under the broad sweep of healthy ministry and ministers.
Her book will inspire you and annoy you, and probably the latter is
the power of the book.
The church fits into the contemporary age. Whether we talk about
golden calves of old or the idols of today, it is nothing new. We
want strength, power and influence. We confuse power for empowerment,
and we continue to fail. Dawn moves us out of this competitive
language to the reality of weakness, of being totally immersed in the
mercy and might of God.
We shed the earthly ways and measures and discover what it means to
be the People of God.
The Rev. Dr. Richard B. Gilbert, The World Pastoral Care Center
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