The Peacemaker

by Ken Sande     |     Book Summary


Author: Ken Sande
Publisher: Baker Books
Date: January 1, 2014 (3rd edition)
Pages: 318

Book Summary of The Peacemaker by Ken Sande


A peacemaker is someone with the ability to breathe grace into a situation. To do this they continually rely on the goodness and power of Jesus Christ revealed in the gospel. Peacemaking pleases and honors God.

The principles for making peace in the midst of conflict are to glorify God, evaluate our own heart, restore gently, and pursue reconciliation.

The power to live out these principles comes from God through the gospel. Only when we are amazed by grace will we understand that we can pursue peace in any situation because God reconciled us to Himself through Christ. The best place for us to grow in peacemaking is the church, the community of faith which makes the gospel visible.





The Peacemaker

by Ken Sande

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of The Peacemaker by Ken Sande

AuthorKen Sande
PublisherBaker Books
DateJanuary 1, 2014 (3rd edition)
Pages318


Overview:

A peacemaker is someone with the ability to breathe grace into a situation. To do this they continually rely on the goodness and power of Jesus Christ revealed in the gospel. Peacemaking pleases and honors God.

The principles for making peace in the midst of conflict are to glorify God, evaluate our own heart, restore gently, and pursue reconciliation.

The power to live out these principles comes from God through the gospel. Only when we are amazed by grace will we understand that we can pursue peace in any situation because God reconciled us to Himself through Christ. The best place for us to grow in peacemaking is the church, the community of faith which makes the gospel visible.