Proclaiming Christ (Cross to Crown Conference 2015)
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1. “Session 1 – Christ Is Exalted by Life or by Death (Phil. 1:1-26) – Douglas Goodin” 1:07:02
2. “Session 2 – A Life Worthy of the Gospel (Phil. 1:27-30) – A. Blake White” 47:21
3. “Session 3 – Cruciform Love (Phil. 2:1-8) – A. Blake White” 51:29
4. “Session 4 – The Name Above All Names (Phil. 2:9-29) – Douglas Goodin” 50:17
5. “Session 5 – Looking Forward, Not Backward (Phil. 3:1-16) – Joshua Waltz” 1:02:50
6. “Session 6 – Citizens of Heaven (Phil. 3:17-21) – Joshua Waltz” 53:26
7. “Session 7 – Do All Things Through Christ (Phil. 4:1-23) – Douglas Goodin” 58:58
8. “First Q&A – A. Blake White, Douglas Goodin” 36:56
9. “Second Q&A – Joshua Waltz, Douglas Goodin” 17:09
10. “Third Q&A – A. Blake White, Joshua Waltz, Douglas Goodin” 1:18:46
A great song composed and sung by the co-author of “A Rage To Live”. Please give a listen to this great new hymn and then if you are willing go on to read the following.
Hello, My name is Moe Bergeron. I am the publisher of CMC and I want to introduce you to the labor of my good friend pastor Joseph G. Krygier. Pastor Joe has co-authored the above titled book. I’ve read it and have profited much by this personal account and I highly recommend it to you. As I read through its pages I couldn’t help but feel a deep sense of sadness knowing that Adam’s rejection of his Creator and God has had tragic consequences for all of his family. Thankfully, God’s people are not without hope. May the God of Israel speak to the hearts of Abraham’s descendants about His mercy and grace. The following is in Joe’s own words.
This is the story of Victor Breitburg, 85, who survived the Lódz Ghetto, Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Theresienstadt Concentration Camps. He was liberated by the Russians on May 8, 1945 on his 18th birthday and repatriated to England and eventually to the US, where he had family who left Poland before the war. It tells of his education and we get glimpses of the rest of his life up to the present. Our book has been accepted into the Yad Veshem, US Holocaust Museum, The Imperial War Museum and Center For Holocaust Studies – Atlantic University research libraries. It has received endorsements from Jewish and non-Jewish readers including Alan Adelson :
My copy has arrived, Mr. Krygier. What a superb job you did. As a person who has worked on the contemporaneous as well as memoiristic writings from the Lódz Ghetto for many years, I certainly congratulate you for making this valuable contribution to the literature. ..
Thank you and all best wishes,
Pastor Krygier is presently writing a play based on the written account so that the story of Victor Breitburg, who represents multitudes of others who suffered under the tyranny of Hitler, can be told to countless others.
You can find more information including pictures, video interviews and other comments at www.tolifeink.com In addition you can obtain an ebook copy of this excellent work at a greatly reduced rate through Noisetrade.