104 results for tag: Brad Jersak

CWR video – “Why did Jesus die?” – Brad Jersak

Short video by Brad Jersak

CWR Press and Brad Jersak Receive Second Gold Medal!

Gold Medal Winner in 2016 and 2020 Enduring Light - Illumination Book Awards In 2016 A More Christlike God, by Brad Jersak, published by CRWpress in 2015, received the Enduring Light Gold Medal from Illumination Book Awards. Now, in 2020, A More Christlike Way, also by Brad Jersak, published by CWRpress in 2019, once again received the Enduring Light Gold Medal from Illumination Book Awards.  Dr. Jersak’s A More Christlike God has been published in three languages so far, with enthusiastic readers all over the world regarding it as a life-changing book.  A More Christlike Way, the highly anticipated follow up to ...

CWR video – Brad Jersak – “Spreading Hospitality”

Audio Books Available

Books by Brad Jersak - also available as Audio Books A More Christlike God A More Christlike Way From Audible/Amazon and iTunes!

CWR video – “Christ: The Lion and the Lamb” – Brad Jersak

Book Giveaway – A More Christlike Way

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CWR video – Angry, Retributive Images of God

Short video on the images of God.

CWR video – Brad Jersak – “Jesus the King”

Short 3 minute video on Jesus the King.

Q & R: How is Christ a “sacrificial lamb”? Brad Jersak

What does the Passover Lamb of Exodus reveal and foretell of Christ's death? How does the Day of Atonement interpret Christ's sacrifice?

Judgment & Restoration: Delivered Over & Delivered From – Brad Jersak

"In Isaiah 26.9-10, judgment is identified in terms that instruct the inhabitants of the world and reveal a greater purpose toward Israel and mankind. Judgment is not an end goal but a means towards the greater purpose of restoration and salvation. In Isaiah, the purpose of God’s judgments is revealed as instructive and redemptive rather than destructive. That judgment is unto salvation and redemption is a major theme in the book of Isaiah as well as other prophets... In Isaiah 26:9-10 judgment is unto restoration. Divine Judgment is meant to bring deliverance as well as teach righteousness to all the inhabitants of the world. " --Nico Deschner ...

Q: How Do We Avoid Cherry-Picking the Bible for a God of Love of Our Own Wishes ? – Brad Jersak

  QUESTION: How do you respond to people who object that we are imposing our own ideology of peace onto the Bible rather than letting the Bible speak for itself? When you "unwrath God," aren't you cherry-picking according to our own wishes for what you wish the text had said rather than submitting to what it actually says? RESPONSE: I hear this objection regularly, perhaps even weekly. I need to respond often enough that a standard answer has begun to unfold. 1. First, we must acknowledge the real problem of bias when coming to the text. We must admit the importance of being mindful as to how our prejudices impact our reading and ...

Memory Eternal: My friend, Eugene H. Peterson – by Brad Jersak

This week marked the passing of my friend, Eugene H. Peterson, into that place of brightness and refreshing, where sorrow and mourning are no more, and Christ wipes away every tear from our eyes. I don't call Peterson 'my friend' lightly. Nor do I intend to pseudo-humbly, not-so-subtly name drop. In one of the more moving moments of my life, he said to me, "Thank you for your friendship." It surprised me in the same way that it surprised me to think that Christ is not only my friend, but that perhaps I am his. When Eden and I met Jan and Eugene at a pastors' retreat in Estes Park, Colorado, they listened attentively--pastorally, in the ...