Author: Brian G. Hedges
Paperback, 176 pages
About the book
A thousand schemes and to-do lists may threaten to enslave you, but Christ died to free you from them, and he is enough.
Paul’s letter to the Colossians is short, but it delivers a roundhouse kick to religion as it reveals the complete and inexhaustible sufficiency of Jesus Christ. Jesus really is everything we need! Paul reveled in the good news that had captured his heart. He never got over it and never moved beyond it. He knew that no one could advance beyond the essential message of the crucified, risen, and exalted Christ. And he didn’t want anyone to retreat from it.
Who should read this book?
- Pastors, seminary students, Sunday school teachers, and small group leaders who want a Christ-focused, gospel-rich study of Colossians
- Anyone weary of the hard yoke of legalism or the empty promises of man-made religion
- Anyone thirsty for the simple, life-transforming truth that all we need is found in Christ alone
“…helpfully highlights the supremacy of Christ… a wonderful introduction to this New Testament letter and will serve pastors, teachers, and students very well.”
—Tom Ascol, Pastor, Grace Baptist Church, Cape Coral, FL
“…a rich, clear exposition of this ancient letter, making modern applications of God’s eternal truth to the false ideas of our day. This book has the power to help spiritually hungry individuals and groups to biblically transform their thinking and living.”
—John Crotts, Pastor, Faith Bible Church, Sharpsburg, GA
“…mines the deep theology of Colossians and brings the gold to the surface…”
—Daniel Darling, Vice President of Communication, ERLC
“Brian shines the spotlight on Christ, and reminds us that in Christ we really do have all things…. each of us needs to grow in our understanding of the cosmic Christ who reigns over all. That’s why I am eager to recommend this book to everyone.”
—Dave Furman, Senior Pastor, Redeemer Church of Dubai
About the author
Brian G. Hedges is the lead pastor for Fulkerson Park Baptist Church in Niles, Michigan. He has been married to Holly since 1996 and they have four children. Brian is also the author of Christ Formed in You and Active Spirituality. For fun, Brian enjoys reading, playing golf, hanging out with his family, and watching good movies. Brian blogs at www.brianghedges.com, and you can follow him on Twitter @brianghedges.
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