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  • Small Footprint – Big Handprint

    Dec 31st, 2008 | By | Category: Books

    smallfpwebSmall Footprint, Big Handprint: How to Live Simply and Love Extravegantly
    by Tri Robinson
    ISBN: 9780978639488
    SRP $14.99 Paperback 160 pages
    Religion / Christian Life / Character & Values
    Ampelon Publishing

    With the current financial crisis, many Americans are asking serious questions: What do I do to navigate through this difficult time? In his new book Small Footprint, Big Handprint: How to Live Simply and Love Extravagantly, author Tri Robinson outlines the path for Christians to simplify their lives on all fronts, not just so they can survive, but also so they can thrive during difficult times and be the hands and feet of Jesus to their neighbors.

    The pursuit of the American dream has become a nightmare for many, leaving people in tremendous debt, stressed out and stretched in every direction when it comes to their ability to volunteer their time or give toward something they believe in. People are so busy trying to own stuff that their stuff begins to own them. But Robinson contends that if Christians really want to make a difference in the world, that mindset must change. By simplifying our lifestyles, we suddenly have the time, energy and money to give to the things that really matter in this life.

    Unlike some books written on this topic, Small Footprint, Big Handprint doesn’t get people all dressed up with no place to go. Robinson says that we didn’t get complicated lives overnight and we’re not going to simplify them overnight either. However, by outlining the areas in people’s lives that need to be addressed in order to see this transformation occur, readers will find a clear pathway to begin their journey toward simplification for the sake of being able to make a bigger handprint, one that leaves an indelible mark on this world through being the hands and feet of Jesus.

    Tri Robinson is the senior pastor of the Boise Vineyard Church in Boise, ID, a growing fellowship of more than 3,000 members. Tri is also the author of Saving God’s Green Earth and Revolutionary Leadership. He is in high demand as a conference speaker and speaks to audiences all over the world as he is passionate about sharing his working insights in leadership and discipleship with others. Tri and his wife Nancy live in Sweet, Idaho, and have two grown children.¬†

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