[PDF] Download ✓ Damage Control: How to Stop Making Jesus Look Bad | by ↠ Dean Merrill

By Dean Merrill | Comments: ( 812 ) | Date: ( Dec 11, 2019 )

People don t like Christians It s a sad fact, but it s true Instead of being seen as representatives of a loving God, Christians are often seen as narrow minded, exclusionary, or pushy This book look at what Christians can do to stop making Jesus look bad including how to engage in spiritual disciplines, peaceful practices, and evangelism.


  • Title: Damage Control: How to Stop Making Jesus Look Bad
  • Author: Dean Merrill
  • ISBN: 9780801065651
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Dean Merrill

Dean Merrill is a former magazine editor Campus Life, Leadership Journal, Christian Herald and editorial director David C Cook, Focus on the Family who has written 10 books and coauthored 35 others with such voices as Philippine missionary survivor Gracia Burnham Compassion International president Wess Stafford Hobby Lobby founder and CEO David Green Brooklyn Tabernacle pastor Jim Cymbala Several have won Gold Medallion Awards as well as been ranked on the New York Times bestseller lists His most recent collaborations have been two books with the eminent British missiologist Patrick Johnstone Serving God in Today s Cities and Serving God in a Migrant Crisis both published by the mission research agency GMI.Merrill and his wife have lived in Colorado Springs since 1991 They are the parents of three married children and have welcomed a full dozen grandchildren ten biological, two adopted.



Comments Damage Control: How to Stop Making Jesus Look Bad

  • Showey

    Gets the point across (and this was instilled in me from high school onwards): remember who you are and Who you represent.The author didn't get judgmental on issues that my own denomination supports. He acknowledged that the issue of homosexuals IS an issues in some churches. But he didn't lose this Episcopalian from Michigan.I mention Michigan because of recent events at our state house regarding the Jewish stance on maternal health superseding any claims of the unborn. As you may recall, this [...]


  • Duane

    I really enjoyed this book. The author does a magnificant job of explaining how today's christians are hampering the entire meaning of being a christian. The author used the first half of the book showing us how our daily lifestyle and words create a barrier that non-christians use against us. In the second half, the author does a nice job of helping us understand how we can change our choices and words to help spread the faith that is such a bedrock of a moral country. A great reader for every [...]


  • Jan

    An excellent study of why the Christian establishment, and those within it, can deter rather than attract those on the outside, and goes beyond the obvious "behave like Jesus wants Christians to behave" - although that's a huge part of it - into discussions of language and attitudes that can be a real turn-off. Sensible and enlightening.


  • Grant Davis

    Excellent read ! I would recommend this as a MUST READ for anyone than plans to be active in ministry. The author beckons us to view our responsibilities as Christians more as Ambassadors for the Kingdom of Heaven than as footsoldiersa very compelling proposition indeed !


  • Lucia

    It was OK, but some parts of the book makes me feels like jumping to the end. Nevertheless, great insights of do(s) and don't(s), though I don't usually like to be legalistic


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