Embracing a Life without Limits
by Kevin G. Harney
In a world where we tend to be over-cautious about, well, nearly everything, it's no surprise that our obsession with safety can carry over to how we live our faith in the world. But it's always been risky to follow God, and Kevin Harney believes we are missing a vital part of our faith when we play it safe.
In this energizing book, he challenges readers to count the cost, take a chance, and live a reckless faith for the entire world to see. With a focus on "responsible recklessness," Harney shows readers how to develop a faith that others notice, always supported by prayer, wisdom, the direction of Scripture, and insightful counsel from other believers. He outlines how to be reckless in our love, generosity, service, relationships, prayers, and speech.
Perfect for pastors, small groups, or anyone who is tired of feeling domesticated and docile, this book will lead readers into a fresh devotion and dynamism in their faith.Endorsements
"When Kevin Harney writes about Reckless Faith, I pay attention. Kevin is a great friend who seeks to live out his faith as a risk-taking, passionate, committed follower of Jesus. I highly recommend him--and his new book--to you!"--Lee Strobel, New York Times bestselling author
"Reckless Faith is heartfelt, compelling, challenging, and convicting. As a pastor, I particularly appreciate Kevin Harney's wise guidance for living a faith that is responsibly focused on all-out surrender to the full counsel of God."--Gary Thomas, Writer in Residence, Second Baptist Houston; author of Sacred Marriage
"Kevin and I have been peers in ministry for over twenty years. However, when I read Reckless Faith, he became the mentor and I the student."--Randy Frazee, Senior Pastor, Oak Hills Church; author of The Heart of the Story
"If you think following Jesus takes the adventure out of life . . . think again! In Reckless Faith, Kevin reminds us that nothing could be further from the truth. Read it cover to cover to get in touch with the life God dreams for you to have."--Jim Mellado, president, Willow Creek Association