Author Frank Viola wrote this article in 2013: Several years ago, Michael Hyatt (former CEO of Thomas Nelson) responded to a rumor on his blog. In the post, Michael wrote, “According to the most recent rumor—which I’ve now heard twice—we [Thomas Nelson] are planning a layoff for June 19th … We are scheduled to close… Continue reading Don’t Believe Everything You Read
FRANK VIOLA author is the bestselling author of God’s Favorite Place on Earth, From Eternity to Here, Jesus Manifesto, Reimagining Church, Jesus Now, and Jesus: A Theography. Rethinking status quo Christianity, Frank Viola has helped thousands of Christians to deepen their relationship to Jesus and experience a more vibrant, authentic expression of church. His blog, Beyond Evangelical, is… Continue reading Frank Viola Author – Biography
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Getting Clear on Your Purpose in Life A great definition of being “lost” is to be alienated from your creative purpose. If you’re a follower of Jesus, you are no longer lost with respect to salvation. But you can be lost with respect to your specific purpose in life. Recent research shows that people who have a… Continue reading New Articles by Frank
See the new post, Frank Viola & Women (the subject) where Frank’s work on women are all listed.
Frank recently wrote an article about two kinds of leaders. Read it here.
The following is an excerpt from Frank Viola’s monthly UNFILTERED updates. You can subscribe to get these updates by going to frankviola.org/updates 5 things I wish older Christians told me: Viola’s Unfiltered update I could write a book on the topic because there are far more than 5. But this is an email update, not… Continue reading 5 Things I Wish Older Christians Told Me
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Consider the value of the perfume that Mary had in her possession in John 12. It was worth three hundred denarii. A denarii was a day’s wage for the average worker in the first century. Three hundred denarii is one year’s salary. Let me put this in contemporary terms so you can feel the force of… Continue reading The Unfathomable Worth of Christ
Six days before the Passover Jesus came to Bethany, where Lazarus lived (the man whom Jesus raised from the dead). There at Bethany they prepared dinner for him at the home of Simon the leper. Martha was serving, and Lazarus was one of those eating with him. Then Mary took an alabaster jar of expensive… Continue reading Mary Anointed Jesus in Bethany