When Worlds Collide
Stepping Up and Standing Out in an Anti-God Culture
Publication Date: June 2011
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The media-driven world places enormous pressure on people to conform to its secular point of view--and young people are especially susceptible to this ploy. Writing to a student audience, authors Mike and Daniel Blackaby (the grandsons of Experiencing God author Henry Blackaby) explain how Christians typically respond to this pressure in one of three ways, assigning names for each group:
"Cave-Ins" are Christians who accept the world's values and compromise their faith or abandon it altogether. "Cave-Dwellers" are believers who fear the world and seek to insulate themselves from it and its influence as much as possible. "Colliders" are the Christians who remain true to their faith yet effectively engage the world and are used by God to change peoples' lives.
"When Worlds Collide" is the Blackabys' case for becoming a Collider. In chapters packed with story-based devotional thoughts, plenty of humor, and easy steps for application, they prove it's possible to live an authentic Christian life that meets the world head-on without spiritual compromise.
Grandson ofExperiencing Godauthor, Henry Blackaby, and son of speaker and author, Richard Blackaby, Daniel Blackaby is the emerging voice in the Blackaby publishing tradition. Daniel's greatest passion is exploring the magical world of language. As a child, when not crafting elaborate fantasy tales, he could be found with his nose buried in a great book. Now, with a young writing career that includes successful non-fiction: When Worlds Collide(B&H Pub.), he returns to his first love of imaginative fiction with his debut trilogy: The Lost City Chronicles(Russell Media). He currently resides in San Francisco, California with his lovely wife, Sarah, where he eats shameful amounts of fish and chips and sourdough bread.