More People to Love: How the Bible Starts in a Garden and Ends in a City and What That Means for You

Jason Abbott and I wrote a book called More People to Love. Brant Hansen, nationally syndicated Christian radio host, wrote the foreword.

More People to Love is about The Big Story of the Bible. It’s about God’s plan, as revealed from Genesis to Revelation, to “make [his] name great among the nations” (Malachi 1:11). At times, our lives can be very difficult. But seeing our lives in light of The Big Story—the beautiful story of God’s unfolding plan of redemption—gives us the perspective we need to carry on with purpose and joy.

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