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Daily news reminds us that our world is full of suffering. Chris helps us understand the suffering of others, and shows clearly how mercy, shown by deeds of love, often brings others to know God. Leslie Bridge | Cru
In this challenging and relentlessly practical book, Chris Sicks charts an apologetics of mercy that anchors all social ministry in the gospel message of forgiveness and life in Jesus Christ. Joseph Loconte | The King's College | The Searchers
Our faith is based on God's mercy, so the best way to draw others to faith is to show His mercy working through our deeds. Chris Sicks shows a wonderful grasp of Scripture and demonstrates how a biblical pattern can be reflected in our witness. John Frame | Reformed Theological Seminary
Lots of us have been waiting for a fresh voice to shine renewed light on the old, tired evangelistic debate between words and deeds. Thank God for Tangible!
Bishop Todd Hunter | Christianity Beyond Belief
Tangible provides clear biblical understanding of the meaning and implications of goodness...for both human thriving and the extension of the mission of Jesus in the world. Alan Hirsch | The Forgotten Ways
In a world full of physical and spiritual poverty, Tangible encourages us toward a life and ministry of mercy that affirms the authenticity of Jesus. Carrie Brown | div. training coordinator | Young Life
In Tangible, Chris Sicks illuminates the great biblical balance of show and tell in mercy ministry. He explains succinctly why we need both "word people" and "deed people." Marvin Olasky | editor in chief | World News Group
I gladly pass along Chris' clear description of the place of mercy in gospel ministry, not only because his reasons are biblical, but because God's mercy is real in Chris' life. Greg Perry | Covenant Seminary
In his insightful and challenging new book, Chris Sicks discusses how a proper understanding of
theology leads to a proper response.
Mark Green | president | White Horse Inn
Jesus was crystal clear: His followers must not fall into hypocrisy by divorcing beliefs from actions. Chris Sicks echoes His prophetic challenge... Bruxy Cavey | The Meeting House | The End of Religion
This important work by Chris Sicks is what we call in the city "apologetics on the street.” Chris provides a biblical call to mercy that infuses the Word with the tangible acts of care for the broken. Manuel Ortiz | Biblical Seminary | Westminster Seminary
This book makes a convincing biblical case for a holistic apologetic that is essential for the effective witness of the church in the 21st Century, and indeed throughout the ages. Brian Fikkert | When Helping Hurts