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Senior pastor Brady Boyd draws parallels between the early church at Corinth and today’s culture to illustrate how Christians can stay true to their beliefs and live a loving and faith-filled life—demonstrating a new way to interact with the modern world.

Lead pastor of New Life Church Brady Boyd encourages us to look beyond the archetypical pitfalls Christians historically have fallen victim to: Instigators hold an “us-against-you” outlook towards anyone whose beliefs differ from theirs; Isolators go into holy hiding and choose to associate exclusively with those who think like them; and Integrators slide so seamlessly into the surrounding culture that they become ingrained in it.

Instead, in this “rousing” work, Boyd “lays out an approach for Christian readers to live out their faith by using the teachings of Paul” (Publishers Weekly). Through Paul’s teachings, Boyd shows us how we can not only learn to hear the Word, but also live it, reclaiming the peace, the freedom, and the joy that we lost by imitating the modern world.

Remarkable reminds us that by embracing the vision Paul held for followers of God, we can begin leading truly remarkable lives by letting love guide us every step of the way.

About The Author

New Life Church

Brady Boyd has served as the senior pastor of New Life Church for over ten years. Under Brady’s leadership, New Life Church has grown to six campuses, and its unique team teaching method has become a model for churches around the world. Boyd is the cohost of The Essential Church Podcast and hosts conferences like New Life Conference, the Desperation Conference, and The Gathering. He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife, Pam, and their two children.

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"Rousing… Boyd (Speak Life), senior pastor of New Life Church in Colorado Springs, lays out an approach for Christian readers to live out their faith by using the teachings of Paul... Boyd’s reiteration of Paul’s lessons will appeal Christians looking to strengthen their relationships or congregational engagement.”

– Publishers Weekly

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