Living Stones: Women Opening the Word Series by Cassandra Martin
God wants to work an amazing transformation in your life. Transformed to look like Jesus, God longs to fill our hearts with Living Stone faith. Faith that is solid, strong, and surrendered. The world offers us a less-messy, less-costly version of faith — Pet Rock faith.
Living Stone faith or Pet Rock faith? That is the challenge and call of Peter’s message. Do we want living faith or easy faith? Do we want transformation or a top-coat? Do we want a faith that can move mountains or makes a pretty picture? Do we want a faith that looks like Jesus or looks at Jesus from a distance?
Pet Rock faith is easier — no mess, no fuss, no inconvenience, no cost. Living Stone faith is harder — obedience is required, surrender expected, and dying to self is a must. But in Living Stone faith we meet Jesus. We walk with Him, learn from Him, grow in Him, and live in all the richness, vibrancy, abundance, and blessing that comes from giving up what we can see in order to experience everything He has to show us.
Table of Contents:
Lesson 1 – Living Stones
Lesson 2 – Living Foundation
Lesson 3 – Living Identity
Lesson 4 – Living Worship
Lesson 5 – Living Grace
Lesson 6 – Living Transformation
Lesson 7 – Living Encouragement
Lesson 8 – Living Connection
Lesson 9 – Living Transparency
Lesson 10 – Living Awareness
Lesson 11 – Living Obedience
Lesson 12 – Living Wisdom
Lesson 13 – Living Praise
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About the Author
Casandra Martin, an amazingly gifted writer and communicator, left us at age 52 to go be with the Lord. During her short time on this earth, she was a prolific Christian writer who pioneered the ladies’ study journal for churches of Christ and beyond. Among her accomplishments, she wrote thirteen studies in the Women Opening the Word series, two books in the Jesus Resolution series, and launched the Ask series with The Love Story: The Study of Ruth. She also co-authored three books with Bill Rasco in the Tell Me the Story series. The powerful effects of her writing, teaching ministry, and her exemplary life will live on for generations to come.