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God Still Calls

Discerning God's Direction for Service

By: Mark A. Maddix, Stephen Riley
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About This Product God Still Calls offers compelling evidence that God does still call people into ministry today. He continues to call men and women into ministry in a variety of capacities. God's call can look and sound different for different people, and can come at any age, in any stage of life.

Mark A. Maddix and Stephen Riley have compiled a group of obedient answerers of the call to share their stories of what God's call sounded like in their own lives, and of what it looked like to respond to His leading. Each story is a unique and inspiring vision of the faithfulness of God.

If you are wondering about God's direction for you, this book provides a clear understanding of each of the categories of callings to help you discern your path to service. As you will see, God moves in the lives of people in a variety of ways in order to fulfill his redemptive purpose in the world. 160 pages.  
"Maddix and Riley have compiled a brilliant tool for today's generation of ministry leaders and those thinking about God's call in their lives. What a wonderful bouquet of personal stories from people with varied backgrounds and experiences and how they have encountered God's call in their lives."
—Rev. Dr. Klaus Arnold, Rector
European Nazarene College

"God Still Calls is written so clearly and provocatively as the various contributors help the church rediscover the purpose of the calling of God. As one who works with candidates for ordination, I am grateful for this resource to guide our efforts."
—Rev. Philip R. Hamner
Senior Pastor & Board of Ministry Chairman
Overland Park Church of the Nazarene

"Mark Maddix and Stephen Riley provide a blueprint for those who may be sensing a call from God to be engaged in ministry. The church needs those who are willing to follow Christ into a place of vocational ministry. Discerning the call is the first step."
—Rev. Dr. Carla Sunberg,
President, Nazarene Theological Seminary