JUMP FIRST. FEAR LATER.
Remember the thrill of thinking you could fly? The adventure of going places in your imagination? The joy and abandon of running and jumping and playing hard-without worrying about what "might" happen?
In Dangerous Wonder, Michael Yaconelli invites you to recapture the joy of being a child and apply it to your relationship with God. You'll be encouraged to ask difficult questions about faith and take Jesus at His word when He says, "Anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it."
If you're looking for the joy and freedom of faith, Dangerous Wonder will open your eyes and your life to the possibility of an exciting adventure in relationship with God.
This new edition now includes a discussion guide to help you experience an even deeper relationship with God, filled with wonder and awe.Publishers Description
Recapture the joy of being a child and apply it to your relationship with God. Ask the difficult questions about faith, then just take Jesus at His word.
Includes discussion guide.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.21" Width: 5.57" Height: 0.48"
Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Oct 10, 2003
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
Availability 35 units.
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Reviews - What do our customers think?
|A book I have come back to several times Oct 29, 2008|
|I love this book from Michael Yaconelli. I read it for the first time about 5 or so years ago when I was just beginning to live my life for God. As life has happened, and difficult times come and go, I have returned to this book several times to help open my eyes again to the 'Childlike wonder' and 'excitement' of Faith. |
'Dangerous Wonder' inspires and challenges!
|Yac gets it Jan 12, 2008|
|I gave this book a 4/5 stars because I love how well he talks about having childlike faith. I disagree with some of the theology in the book, thus preventing it from getting the 5th star. However, I used this book as the leader of a book study with a group of mothers and they absolutely loved the book and felt encouraged to do things that they had always dreamed of. This book is a great resource for getting people out of their comfort zone and into their hopes and dreams.|
|A good corrective for "serious" Christianity Feb 6, 2007|
|Yaconelli makes a good case for opening up Christians to new venues of faith. He also invites us to consider different shapes of believing and expressing that faith. This is an easy read with some memorable stories to connect to. It was well worth my time!|
|Believe you can fly! Nov 24, 2006|
|The Adventure of Childlike Faith|
"Curiosity requires courage. You must be willing to ask questionseven when they threaten everyone around you. Faith is more than believing: it is an act of courage, a bold grasping of God's truth. Faith is a wrestling match with God, an intense struggle with truth in an attempt to squeeze every bit of knowledge out of it. Curiosity is the shape of our hunger for God." p. 45.
Yaconelli's book is a treasure. It will make you lift-off, float and fly.
Soar with this book.
|Beautiful Indictment... Sep 8, 2006|
|I have read a good number of books that would fall in the "Christian Living" category, and a good majority of those that I've read were...nice. Few of them were truly inspiring. This is one of the few.|
With a measure of eloquence and grace I've not often seen in any genre, Mr. Yaconelli indicts the reader for our "maturity" and pushes us to realize the meaning of "childlike faith." Somewhere in the rush to grow up we have forgotten what wonder is like and how to experience it, and further, we've forgotten that we've forgotten. Dangerous wonder encourages the reader to remember wonder and to seek after it again. To untie the tethers of maturity and adult expectations, and allow your imagination to run.
Wonder ought to be a necessary ingredient of true faith, and the author delicately but firmly reminds us of that in a very effective, very readable, relatively short work. A total breath of fresh air.
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