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Color of the Cross

Color of the Cross

Race, Politics, and the Business of Salvation

Pastor and media personality John Gray provides readers a biblical understanding that God is all-loving, accessible, and fervently wants individuals and churches to overcome the barriers that impede them from fulfilling their destiny.

In Color of the Cross, John Gray gives practical application to scriptures from Genesis to Revelation, teaching readers that the radically inclusive love of God breaks all barriers and gives every single human being equal value.

Pastor Gray begins with this basic question of faith: “Since a soul has no gender, race, or creed, how do we determine which souls are worth saving?” With powerful biblical examples, as well as experiences from his own life and ministry, he offers fresh insight on why all have access to the cross, no matter who we are, and additionally provides strategies for individuals and churches who want to reflect Jesus in all that they say and do.

Just as Pastor Gray’s last book, Win from Within, helped readers stop and face themselves in order to become great, Color of the Cross helps the entire Christian community conquer hindrances to church growth and truly becoming the people of God.

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Genre: Mind, Body, Spirit / Religion / Christian Life / Inspirational

On Sale: October 6th 2020

Price: $25 / $32.5 (CAD)

ISBN-13: 9781549149177

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"Most people monitor success by external responses; how many followers they have, how many likes they get, how many compliments they garner. But John Gray in his masterful book, Win From Within, offers a pragmatic practicum through which the reader will begin to understand that it does not matter how many accolades one gathers if you fail to Win From Within."—T. D. Jakes Sr., Senior Pastor, The Potter's House of Dallas, Inc. / TDJ Enterprises, New York Times best-selling author
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