Jesus enjoined us to focus our hearts and minds on God before all else. This is, of course, not a small task. How can this be done? To whom do we turn for help?
Kyle Strobel, author of Formed for the Glory of God, argues that 'Wisdom tells us to sit at the feet of our elders rather than latest ministry fad'. And is there a better elder to guide us than Jonathan Edwards?
In Edwards, the eighteenth-century Puritan pastor and theologian, we find deep thought balanced with deep passion. Through his writings and practices, Edwards provides us with the tools-the 'means of grace'-that make us receptive to God's work in our lives as we learn to abide in Christ. Here we find a well-rounded account of being formed for the glory of God.