Charles Stanley's Handbook for Christian Living: Biblical Answers to Life's Tough Questions (Paperback)
Since life is a journey, feel free to stop and ask for directions. Previously released as the bestselling "The Glorious Journey," this practical volume by Charles Stanley shows readers how to put God's Word to work in their daily lives with this easy-to-apply handbook.
As believers, our desire is to follow the Lord more closely and to utilize His Word for maximum impact in our lives. Occasionally, however, we find ourselves not even knowing the questions to ask, or the best way to approach Scripture in search of answers.
"Charles F. Stanley's Handbook for Christian Living" is not a lofty theological work, nor is it an academic commentary. Instead, Dr. Stanley has prepared a friendly, easy-to-use help system for every believer. In this collection, he speaks with authority on such issues as:
- the real purpose of baptism
- how to treat others at work
- a proper view of those in government
- how grace saves us and how worry robs us
- what freedom reallly is
He also shares biblical insight into relationships, children, parenting, loneliness, sexual pressures, as well as strategies for personal growth. From the thorny issues of daily life to a framework for the end times (and everything in between), "Charles F. Stanley's Handbook for Christian" brings Scripture to life, makes sense of the hard questions, and enhances your understanding of the way life was meant to be lived.
About the Author
Charles F. Stanley is a "New York Times" bestselling author who has written more than fifty books, with sales of more than nine million copies. He has been senior pastor of the First Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, since 1971, and the church now has more than 8,000 members. Dr. Stanley has served two terms as president of the Southern Baptist Convention (1984-86); and his outreach ministry--In Touch--reaches nearly 2,600 radio and television outlets in more than fifty languages. Dr. Stanley was inducted into the National Religious Broadcaster's (NRB) Hall of Fame in 1988, and the Religious Heritage of America named him Clergyman of the Year in 1989, an award that recognizes pastors who strive to make Judeo-Christian principles part of America's daily life.