Welcome to The Meaning of Christian Life, the website for the book of the same title.
Description of this very concise yet thought-provoking book:
This book explores the meaning of the Christian life through three parables by Jesus: Parable of the Minas (Luke 19), Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25), and Parable of the Shrewd Manager (Luke 16). From these parables we can see God’s expectations of all mankind relative to the three things we think we own while on Earth — our time, talents, and treasures. We can understand the meaning of Christian life once we understand God’s perspective on these things. This is a book that every Christian should read and understand.
You may download the whole book here:
For online reading: http://meaning.ofchristian.life/read.pdf
For printing: http://meaning.ofchristian.life/print.pdf
Or purchase a printed copy by using the buttons to the right.
Here are the additional printouts that can help you follow the discourse in the book or to use in a Bible study:
- The Luke 19 and Matthew 25 side-by-side scripture (NIV) for the comparative study
- The blank Luke 19 and Matthew 25 comparison table
- The completed Luke 19 and Matthew 25 comparison table (for use to check your answers for the above table)
Sermon Powerpoints in English and Chinese are now available for downloading at the Downloads page.
About the Author
Welcome. I’m George Huang who authored this book during the second half of 2018. Right now this is a single-person operation with support from friends and family. If this book sells well, I want to develop a second book and see if we can have a series of books to help Christians. I love developing new materials and sharing it with other Christians. I have a full-time job to support my family so cannot really dedicate too much time on these projects without financial support or book sales revenue.
If the books do really well, I want to set up a non-profit to better channel resources and give tax deduction to donors. Until then, please remember your non-designated donations are NOT tax-deductible.
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January 31, 2019