by John Mark Hicks & Bobby Valentine
"In this volume Hicks and Valentine remind us that our heritage is rich with spiritual mentors. Drawing from the lives of Lipscomb, Harding, and others of like mind, the authors tell a powerful historical and theological story. The heart of the book examines kingdom spirituality through four 'means of grace': reading scripture, ministering to the poor, meeting for worship, and praying. The book ends with an exhilarating description of the freedom enjoyed by citizens of God's kingdom."
- From Douglas A. Foster's review of Kingdom Come
John Mark Hicks is professor of theology at Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tennessee, and adjunct professor of Christian doctrine at Harding Graduate School of Religion in Memphis. He holds a Ph.D. in Reformation and Post-Reformation History from Westminster Theological Seminary. His most recent books are Come to the Table: Revisioning the Lord’s Supper (2002) and Down in the River to Pray: Revisioning Baptism as God’s Transforming Power, with Greg Taylor (2004).
Bobby Valentine ministers with the Palo Verde Church of Christ in Tucson, Arizona. He holds an MA in church history and an MDiv from Harding Graduate School of Religion, Memphis, Tennessee.
Dimensions (inches): 8.5 x 5.5
Weight (pounds): 0.55