I Hope

I Hope

Author: Nathan Brown
$8.00

Faith – Life – Church – World

A collection of editorials, essays and stories to encourage your faith, challenge your life, grow your church and change your world.

“Nathan Brown continues to be one of the most provocative and challenging Adventist writers of this generation. I Hope is no exception. I might not ‘hope’ for everything he does, but his ‘hopes’ cause me to re-examine my own.” – Clifford Goldstein, editor, Adult Bible Study Guide, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

“In a world increasingly infected by by bombast and oversimplified generalizations, Nathan Brown uses words as a surgeon uses a laser to perform a delicate operation. I Hope is a book that examines current issues as they should be examined: carefully, deliberately and precisely.” – Steven Chavez, managing editor, Adventist Review/Adventist World

“What I appreciate about Nathan’s writing is his willingness to come in off the long run to address tough issues – ones too many Christians avoid – and he does so with grace, candour, deep discernment and passion. From an American’s perspective, two words best describe this book: ‘fair dinkum.’” – Chris Blake, author, Swimming Against the Current

Book Title I Hope
Author Nathan Brown
Type Book

Faith – Life – Church – World

A collection of editorials, essays and stories to encourage your faith, challenge your life, grow your church and change your world.

“Nathan Brown continues to be one of the most provocative and challenging Adventist writers of this generation. I Hope is no exception. I might not ‘hope’ for everything he does, but his ‘hopes’ cause me to re-examine my own.” – Clifford Goldstein, editor, Adult Bible Study Guide, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

“In a world increasingly infected by by bombast and oversimplified generalizations, Nathan Brown uses words as a surgeon uses a laser to perform a delicate operation. I Hope is a book that examines current issues as they should be examined: carefully, deliberately and precisely.” – Steven Chavez, managing editor, Adventist Review/Adventist World

“What I appreciate about Nathan’s writing is his willingness to come in off the long run to address tough issues – ones too many Christians avoid – and he does so with grace, candour, deep discernment and passion. From an American’s perspective, two words best describe this book: ‘fair dinkum.’” – Chris Blake, author, Swimming Against the Current