Honoring Fruitfulness


Jesus offers an abundant life- a life that is deep and wide, full of meaning and purpose.

The problem is we’re experiencing a different kind of life than the one that Jesus offers, one that produces anxiety, fatigue and shallow relationships.

Our lives might be full, but in far too many cases, we are floundering.

Join Dr. Rick Callahan in his journey to help us reorient our lives toward abundant life in Christ. We’ll go back to our original design- and God’s original intent- exploring the many ways we can experience “tastes of heaven” on earth.


182 Pages


Light and Life Publishing




January 2016

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