Daniel Darling, author, pastor, speaker / Posts tagged "new book"

Activist Faith Releases Next Week

It's hard to believe, but that moment the every author dreams of is here. My fifth book, Activist Faith, is releasing next week with Navpress. This is unique of all my books for several reasons, not the least is that its my first collaboration. I cowrote Activist Faith with my two friends, Dan King and Dillon Burroughs. Dan is a gifted writer, blogger, activist. Dillon is a multi-published author, speaker, and professor. The idea behind this book is simple: let's take twelve hot-button issues in the culture and a) explore why Christians should engage them and b) offer ways that individuals and churches and help solve these issues, locally and outside of politics. We're not advocating a retreat from the public square by any stretch, but we're simply reminding Christians that there are great ways to solve problems that don't involve campaigns and picket signs and Facebook posts. If you'd like...

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Endorsements for iFaith

Endorsements for iFaith, Connecting to God in the 21st Century [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="131" caption="Releases, January, 2010"][/caption] I'm humbled that these great men and women of God have lent their endorsement to my forthcoming book, iFaith: "Daniel Darling is a serious young man of faith, worthy of a careful reading." Jerry B. Jenkins, bestselling author of 175 books, including the 700,000,000 selling Left Behind series. “If you’ve ever wondered where prayer fits in today’s fast-paced and ever-changing digital world, iFaith has the answer. Using phrases common to Facebook, iPhone and instant messaging, Daniel Darling shows us how practical prayer can be in the 21st-century. Reading this book can reboot your prayer life and open a high-speed connection with God.” Dr. Ray Pritchard, President, Keep Believing Ministries, Author, An Anchor for the Soul, Man of Honor, The ABCs of Wisdom “ One of the most persistent problems I face when counseling Christians of all ages is loneliness. This is despitethe fact that technology...

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