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Men of Character: Paul
Living for the Call of Christ
Author: Gene A. Getz
Category: Literature, Men

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Highlights

  • Foreword by Jim Moore

Product Details

How do the principles Paul taught and practiced apply to the lives of Christians today? The newest title in the popular Men of Character series examines the powerful life and ministry of the apostle Paul and reveals how his shining example illuminates our Christian walk today. From his sudden conversion on the road the Damascus through his many years of molding the early church, the stories of Paul's tireless ministry amid relentless persecution are still as important and inspiring as they ever were, offering courageous, and practical lessons for today's generation.

The Men of Character series highlights the lives of men in the Bible and demonstrates that we can still learn from their relationships—both with God and man. Each of these Bible characters faced trials, frustration and failure, yet they were inspired by God to achieve great goals. In a world where Christian role models seem increasingly rare, this series reminds us that some of the most worthy examples of godly character are still the biblical figures who brought power, wisdom and inspiration to God's people throughout the ages. Principles flow through their lives that will guide us through the maze of challenges we face in today's world and can help us to emerge victorious.

About the Author

Dr. Gene A. Getz is the host of "Renewal Radio" heard on stations across the U.S. as well as online worldwide. A church-planting pastor in the Dallas Metroplex since 1972, he is also president of the Center for Church Renewal, pastor emeritus of Chase Oaks Church (formerly Fellowship Bible Church North) in Plano, Texas, and an adjunct professor at Dallas Theological Seminary.