Shine: Make Them Wonder What You've Got is a unique glimpse into the lives and faith of one of the world's top Christian bands-and a call for believers of all ages to enter into a deeper spiritual life of surrender, service, and joy in Christ.
With great personal feeling and conviction, the Newsboys share openly about their spiritual journey to greater intimacy with God - seeking God and coming to know Him in a deeper way, meeting the needs of others and encountering new joy, losing themselves in Christ and experiencing a renewed faith.
Shine challenges believers to rediscover the dynamics of a living faith. The Newsboys' personal journeys and spiritual growth are signposts showing the truth and power of a life transformed in Christ.
We naturally radiate the love of God when we give ourselves fully to Him. In Shine, we see the Newsboys not just as performers but as Christians who live with challenges and struggles, who have discovered that emptying themselves-setting aside their own plans, goals, and desires-is the only way to be filled with the Spirit of Christ, and the only way to be the light of the world.
A great book, Named after a song by the Newsboys: Shine. it covers the struggles suffered by everybody. Its written in an overall sense, though parts are written by individual band members.
It is a good book, and could probably be preached from directly (apart from the length).
It (the book) goes over how everybody struggles, sometimes with their faith and sometimes with everyday problems, and it also teaches that Christians shouldn't feel above others, that indeed we are not perfect.
Overall a good book, i would even reccomend it to those who aren't Christians, just for a read.
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