Until Unity Free Audiobook Download by Francis Chan

Francis Chan tackles the question of what it means to be saved. The book is written in a conversational style and starts by asking, "Is God limited? Is his power limited?" Francis Chan then discusses how our current view of salvation falls short. He concludes with a call to action for those who have not yet accepted Jesus as their savior.

Francis Chan is a new, up and coming author who has recently released his first book. This book is about unity and how we should always be searching for it. Mr. Chan does an outstanding job of narrating this book by himself.

In his book, 'Until Unity,' Francis Chan shares the story of how he was raised by an evangelical Christian father who loved Jesus and had a heart for people. But as he grew older, Chan began to question some aspects of church's traditions and belief systems. In particular, he questions how Christians can expect to live a life that is pleasing to God if they put their hope in material possessions.

The book is a quick read that you may find yourself drawn into. The story is told from the perspective of an individual in a very privileged situation, who starts to ask questions about what he is doing with his life. The chapters are short, but poignant and powerful. There are moments where you might want to grab someone else close to you and shake them.

Francis Chan's audiobook "Until Unity" is a collection of sermons and talks by Francis Chan, the founder of 'Red Letter Christians', who discusses how to let one's life be shaped by the Bible. It's an excellent collection of inspirational quotes, chapters about love and forgiveness, and personal stories that will take you on a tear-jerker journey.

Francis Chan is a pastor who ministers to people in the San Francisco Bay Area. In his mind, there are two things that separate Christianity from all other religions. One is that God loves every person and wants them to be saved while the second is that we should share the gospel of Jesus Christ with everyone else.

Published Date 2021-04-01
Duration 5 hours 33 minutes
Author Francis Chan
Narrated Francis Chan
(10 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Religion & Spirituality
Parent Category Counseling & Inspirational, Christianity

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