Inside Out 46: The Life Book

02.04.11 | Kurt Goff

Isaiah 55:11 (ESV)
“…so shall my word be that goes out from my mouth; it shall not return to me empty, but it shall accomplish that which I purpose, and shall succeed in the thing for which I sent it.”

The power of God’s Word is being unleashed in public high schools all across the U.S.

You haven’t seen that headline lately in the news, have you?

But it’s true!

It’s called the Life Book Movement.

Working through local churches, this ministry provides free copies of a small Life Book to Christian students to give to classmates during school.

In our world today, can you believe this is legal?

The book engages searching high school students with the truth of God’s Word as they are introduced to Jesus Christ.

Using an interactive format, with honest student comments and real-life questions in the margins, readers are drawn into the only story that can change their lives forever.

What an opportunity!

The ministry even helps students and churches create Saturation Campaigns to target the schools in their area.

To date, more than 300,000 Life Books have been handed out.

And the stories of how God is using this effort are truly inspiring.

Carl Blunt, the head of the Life Book Movement, recently shared a few of them with me.

Comments

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on 02.05.11 cody commented

awesome message i am only 12 and my mom told me to go on this and listen and i really got into it and i think that schools should have people that are alloud to do that anyway it taught me some stuff thanks love,
cody-cheyenne mora

on 02.16.11 kathie commented

how do we purchase these Life Books so we can hand them out in our school?

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