Was God an active participant in your last conversation? Say what!? As ambassadors of the Kingdom of God, we have the unique opportunity to re-present Christ in every conversation. And how do we do that— simply by speaking Truth.
The redemptive worldview is desperately needed in the cultural conversations of our day. However, many Christians are sidelined out of fear, or engaging without love. In Speak the Truth, Carmen helps you get back in the conversations of the day in ways that honor Jesus.
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Endorsements for Speak the Truth
Carmen LaBerge is a smart leader with years of experience in the trenches of church and culture skirmishes. In this book, Carmen challenges believers to view every person as an image bearer of God and to live each day in light of the redeeming love of Christ. We would all do well to heed that challenge.
president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention
Speak the Truth is a journey through culture with a wise guide. Carmen LaBerge brings clarity to the current chaos, by bringing all issues back to the one issue: God. I am thankful for her voice in the culture, and pray this book receives the wide reading it deserves.
president of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview
Speak the Truth is a wake-up call for Christians who have become complacent and fallen asleep in the pew. There is a world in desperate need of the Gospel and Carmen has written a book to both motivate and equip every Christian to bring the Truth into their own spheres of influence.
New York Times bestselling author and speaker
In Speak the Truth, Carmen LaBerge is calling people of faith to reject fear of engagement and live as God’s ambassadors in a world desperately in need of hope and truth. This book is a straightforward resource for anyone who has been wanting to reenter the cultural conversations but did not know how.
Published September 25, 2017 by Salem Books