"In God's creation man was last, but it was not a position of shame.
It was a place of honour. Our creation was not an afterthought; it was the capstone, the crown of God's creative efforts. . . . The fact that God reserved man's creation to the end should indicate to us just how important this final touch was to Him. You were created significant."
God did not create us to be independent. Surprised? Don't be. We were never made to fully function apart from Him. In fact, human beings draw their meaning and significance from
their connection to God. Through the pages of this book by Woodrow Kroll, you'll discover the joy of belonging to and depending on Jesus, and you'll uncover the path to the inner peace and satisfaction you've been craving.
The Basis for Significance
The Casualty of Rebellion
The Search for a Substitute
The Triumph of Restoration
The Outcome of a New Creation
The Expression of a New Identity
The Call to Sainthood
The Privileges of Sonship
The Promise of an Inheritance
The Company of the Committed
Responding to New Leadership
New Strategies for Living
The Progress of a Pilgrim
Kroll is the General Director and Bible Teacher for Back to the Bible. For ten years he served as the president of Practical Bible College in Binghamton, New York. He has written more than a dozen books and is a popular speaker at such conferences as The Cove, Bibletown and Word of Life. Dr. Kroll and his wife, Linda, reside in Lincoln, Nebraska.