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Red Letters: Living a Faith That Bleeds

by Tom Davis

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Stressing the importance of the words of Jesus, which are set apart with a red font in many Bibles, this book encourages Christians and the church to get involved with the down-and-out, including the poor, the ill, and the incarcerated.



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NCLA Review -If you need motivation to act on your Christian faith, then this is the book for you. Tom Davis lays out a very convincing case for responding with action to the words of Jesus, which are printed in red. Written in a conversational style with stories of children in Africa and India who are suffering incredible lives due to HIV/AIDS and poverty, Davis challenges the reader to get out of his or her comfort zone and take action. We are reminded that Jesus took care of the poor, the outcasts, the sick and calls on us to do the same. The reader is given five steps that can be taken to help the fifty million AIDS victims. This is a compelling, challenging book. Rating: 4—JD ( )
  ncla | Jun 30, 2008 |
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To the almost fifty million people living with HIV who are created in God's image, have value and purpose, and deserve to know they are loved and respected.
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