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Diary of a Dangerous Vision (revised & updated)

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Diary of a Dangerous Vision (revised & updated)

Andy Hawthorne

This dramatic story of one man's dramtic conversion and the blossoming of an ever-growing group of Christians set to take Christ into the most demanding and tough urban areas.

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This is the story of one man's dramatic conversion and the blossoming of an ever-growing group of Christian's set to take Christ into the most demanding and tough urban areas. Their vision spawned a number of different related initiatives: the beginning and the growth of The World Wide Message Tribe , Cameron Dante's conversion, and the EDEN project in Manchester. Andy Hawthorne was born in Manchester and rebelled as a teenager before being brought to Christ by his brother, Simon. They started a fashion business and it was some of the youths who they employed that inspired Andy to organise Message to Schools, the work of The World Wide Message Tribe and EDEN.

'A bunch of ordinary people with the fire of an extraordinary God burning in them.'
J John
 
'In this book you will not only find the exciting story of the Message but also crucial reflections and biblical teaching that equip you to run your race. One of Andy's passions is to see a generation of Bible-honouring, Jesus-loving, Spirit-filled Christians proclaiming him in word and action to a broken and hurting world. It is authentic. I warmly commend it to you.' Mike Pilavachi
CHAPTERS:
1. Catching the bug
2. Pleasure and pain
3. The birth of the music
4. From demo to limo
5. The real thing
6. People
7. Discovering Eden
8. God’s ambush
9. Life is a roller coaster
10. Seeing is believing
11. The mopping-up operation
12. The power of partnership
13. The meaning of life

Additional Information

Author / Artist Andy Hawthorne
Release Date 1 Jan 2001

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