Jonah: The Prophet Who Hated Success
with Larry Crabb, February 27-March 1, 2015
Program Fee: $284.00 Per Person
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Most people think the story of Jonah is primarily about the fish that swallowed the reluctant prophet or about his successful ministry in Nineveh that made him mad. In truth, it has more to do with the ongoing dialogue between God and Jonah. Genuine followers of Jesus will often hear Him tell us something to do that makes no sense to us. In response, we either tremble and trust or resist and run—just like Jonah. It is when we meet the “incomprehensible” God that the Spirit does His deep work, to lead us by faith into relating to others in ways that reveal God’s mysteriously good character and plan. Learn to trust God enough to follow Jesus on the narrow road and make the only choice that leads to life.
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About Larry Crabb
LARRY CRABB is a well-known Christian psychologist, conference and seminar speaker, Bible teacher, and popular author of more than 20 books. He is the founder and director of NewWay Ministries, scholar-in-residence at Colorado Christian University, and adjunct professor for Richmont Graduate University in Georgia.
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