“24 Hours That Changed the World”
WEDNESDAYS, March 9 through April 13, 6 to 7:30 PM
– Light supper at 6 PM ; DVD study begins at 6:30 PM
Adam Hamilton guides us, step by step, through the last 24 hours of Jesus’ life in this popular, heartbreaking, and inspiring book. No single event in human history has received more attention than the suffering and crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth. In this book, Rev. Hamilton will help you experience and understand the significance of Jesus’ suffering and death like never before. He retraces the day that changed human history in his usual straightforward yet easy, conversational style that speaks to both long -time Christians and those who are simply curious about the story of Christ’s crucifixion.
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Available at Amazon (and other online booksellers) for & $8.99 (Kindle:
If you’d like HELP getting a copy of the book, talk to Pastor Barry BEFORE February 18! Used copies available for around $6. Adam Hamilton is senior pastor of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas, one of the fastest growing, most highly visible churches in the country. The Church Report named Hamilton’s congregation the most influential mainline church in America, and he preached at the National Prayer Service as part of the presidential inauguration festivities in 2013. Hamilton is the best-selling and award-winning author of The Call, Making Sense of the Bible, Love to Stay, The Journey, The Way, 24 Hours That Changed the World, Revival, Not a Silent Night, Enough, When Christians Get It Wrong, and Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White, all published by Abingdon Press.
Adam Hamilton combines biblical story, historical detail, theological analysis, spiritual insight, and pastoral warmth to retell the narrative of Jesus’ last and greatest hours. — Leith Anderson, author of The Jesus Revolution Adam Hamilton is, in my opinion, a national treasure. He embodies the kind of generous orthodoxy so many of us have been dreaming of and praying for. — Brian McLaren, author of A New Kind of Christian.