• Kingdom Calling

  • Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good
  • By: Amy L. Sherman
  • Narrated by: Erin Bennett
  • Length: 10 hrs
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (50 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Christianity Today Book Award 2013

Amy Sherman unpacks Proverbs 11:10 - "When the righteous prosper, the city rejoices" - to develop a theology and program of vocational stewardship. Here is practical help for churches, ministries, and other faith communities to navigate the complex process of following Jesus in those places where we happen to prosper.

©2011 Amy L. Sherman (P)2014 Amy L. Sherman

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"To me, this book is at the core of what kingdom living and engagement are all about... Solid theology, good stories, and lots of practical application." (Bob Roberts Jr., senior pastor, NorthWood Church)

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Very important book!

Starts out dry, but chapter 3 and on hits hard. The narration felt like a news broadcast thought and is not my favorite... Still, if you can look past it, the message is very challenging and Amy's conclusions are solid.

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Great Resource

Well researched and detailed. While it is often directed at pastors and the people who run churches or businesses, there are sections directed at the rest of us. We don't have to run a church or a company to join Jesus and make a difference. We are all called. Encouraging book.