Trusting God’s People…Again
A Pathway to Healing and Re-engaging in Ministry
“Our longing for community is a hot topic. Programs, ideas, and resources have flooded the Christian marketplace. One thing is glaringly missing: an honest discussion of how Christians hurt each other and what to do about it. Blake Coffee’s book fills the gap. His biblical wisdom and painful realism point the way to knowing God better and reflecting Him more clearly in the way we relate when we’ve been wounded. Vital reading! “
Dr. Larry Crabb
Author of Shattered Dreams and The Pressure’s Off
“The Father has uniquely prepared Blake Coffee and Debbie Williams to minister to wounded saints. Thankfully they have not wasted what God has taught them, but rather have joined in a writing project that can be a healing balm to the wounded. They have truly used the comfort received to comfort others. I wish I had been armed by these insights as a young minister attempting to lead a congregation of wounded saints! “
D. L. Lowrie
Pastor Emeritus, FBC Lubbock, Texas
“For many years it has been my privilege to admire Blake Coffee, to observe first-hand his God-given abilities to help people in conflict and after conflict. The ideas that fill this book have been taught in our congregation with powerful, positive results. Debbie Williams’ fictional story adds a new and compelling impact. As a pastor, I’ve seen the benefits for people who encounter the wisdom of God through this excellent book. I think you will, too.”
Pastor, FBC San Antonio, Texas
Five Principles of Unity
Now published in four languages (English, Spanish, Russian, Romanian), this is a five-week small-group Bible study curriculum designed to take the student through five critical principles of Biblical unity. The participant does daily lessons each week and then comes together with the small group for discussion, exercises and prayer together. The book includes Small Group Session Guides at the end of each chapter.
With over 20,000 copies sold worldwide, this discipleship material has been used effectively as Sunday School curriculum, for deacon or elder groups, staff retreats, or for development of peacemakers within a congregation.
“[This] ministry has been an important blessing to my life. I have had many occasions to use your Principles of Unity in talking to individuals-in both their personal situations and in their church difficulties.”
First Baptist Church, Killeen, Texas