This "Expanded Edition" is a full-collor edition and features beautiful design work by designer Gregory Madsen as well as artwork by and interviews with Macha Suzuki, Dylan Mortimer and Laura VanDuren. --- Centered on a series of letters written for friends and loved ones, Justin McRoberts' CMYK is an invitation to see the process of faith and life lived among particular people. "The gift of this CMYK Project is that it brings the rare combination of Biblical faith and raw life together. Any who have known Justin McRoberts would be surprised if it did not do so, of course. The blend is Justin’s life and vocation. It has been evident in his music and leadership for many years. But here it is exposed vividly. So are many relationships and the quest for community through life over time. What we are given is an invitation to join Justin in an unfinished, honest, empathic, hurting story of hope. That is why the story must be told in many dimensions: the letters, the lyrics and music, the visual art, the interviews. This is not an invitation into a cartoon encounter with God, nor with each other. It is a multi-dimensional, littered, vivid, living story of being human, seeking God and neighbor. The reason this invitation can be offered at all is not that Justin is remarkable and eccentric (which he is). The reason is that the God Justin testifies to in Jesus Christ has made human beings for this courageous, awkward journey, where the fully divine and the truly human meet. This is life’s most breath-taking possibility, and as Justin so movingly illustrates, we may find it is like laying hold of the third rail. No one should find it comfortable." -Mark Labberton, Author of “The Dangerous Act Of Loving Your Neighbor”
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Justin McRoberts is known for the quality and impact of his words. A thoughtful and talented songwriter, storyteller, teacher and advocate, Justin communicates with artistry, humor and honesty. He is one of the founding pastors at Shelter Covenant Church, in San Francisco's East Bay Area where he lives with his wife and son. You can read more from him at his blog: www.justinmcroberts.com
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Descripción CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 202 pages. 8.00x6.00x0.48 inches. This item is printed on demand. Nº de ref. de la librería zk1483968634