Conrade Yap

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Location: Vancouver, BC Canada


Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,850 - Total Helpful Votes: 13 of 13
Choose Justice: A Daily Lifestyle [by Tony Campolo&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Shane Claiborne
Have you ever wondered about the power and influence of the Church community, IF every member lives out the example of Jesus? Have we considered whether we are living more in line with worldly expectations or in line with Jesus' expectations?

This set of studies focuses on the power of choice Christians and Churches have when it comes to doing something about justice in this world. Bearing much similarity to the passions in "Red Letter Christians," the same two authors have come together with World Vision to produce six video discussions and a conversation guide for Christians not just to talk about justice, but to live out justice through a daily lifestyle. This resource grows… Read more
This Is Our Love: Engaging The Needs of Our World &hellip by Dr Jody Cross
This devotional cum CD is a series of reflections surrounding the heart of God for the world. Through worship we embrace the love of God. The outflow of worship leads us to engage with the needy all over the world. Worship is not simply music and words in song. Worship is about the heart of God, that as we lift up the Name of Jesus, we live out the love of God through to the rest of our communities near and far. Jody Cross says: "Worship is a lifestyle involving all we are and all we do, all the time."

Indeed. Out of 33 songs from gifted musicians and worship leaders throughout Canada, and with 35 members of a song selection committee drawn from BC to New Brunswick, Alberta to… Read more
Jesus on Justice: Living Lives of Compassion and C&hellip by Don Posterski
5.0 out of 5 stars Justice and Compassion, July 9 2013
What does Jesus has to say about justice? Will he be fighting for a piece of the economic pie on behalf of the poor? Will he be inciting demonstrations on Wall Street to champion the needs of the economically disadvantaged? Will he be giving speeches to haunt the conscience of the rich and the powerful? In this book, we learn that Jesus actually has a lot to say about social justice, but not in the manner that we are used to. According to the author, the four ways in which Jesus exercises social activism are:

1) Inclusiveness, to include the excluded in society;
2) Counter-Cultural, to challenge existing cultural practices especially if it is wrong;
3) Confronting the… Read more