The Genius Of One
The world is fractured. Tensions are high, patience is low, and goodwill is hard to come by.
In The Genius of One, author Greg Holder reminds us of the high value Jesus and his early followers placed on community and offers guidance for how to see and relate to one another in emotionally and spiritually healthy ways so that we, the church, can fulfill Jesus’ prayer for us and model a better way of loving one another in a fractured world.
Tracing back to a prayer Jesus prayed on the worst night of his life, “That they”―that we―“would be one,” Holder takes his readers on a winding journey from that glorious prayer to the practical realities of everyday life. Greg’s passion for cooperative relationships shines through with his unique brand of humor and story-telling.
For those who cling to the hope that God is still at work, this book will both stir a deeper longing for a better way and provide practical steps toward that way.
"This compelling book will help you celebrate Jesus’ call to reveal himself by the way we relate."
"This book not only envisions the possibilities of what we are called to be as one body, but Holder gives us colorful pictures and practical nuts and bolts of how we can be the answer to Jesus' prayer of true oneness."
"In The Genius of One, you’ll enjoy Greg’s humor and his humility, but your greatest takeaway will be how your influence and leadership in embracing our oneness in Christ is the first step toward changing the world."
"In our divided culture, I can't imagine a more timely and critical message."
"The Genius of One is a practitioner's handbook for how businesses, churches, and individuals can achieve more together than apart."
"A profound unpacking of a profound thesis–everything worth anything in this world is rooted in the oneness of God."
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The Genius of One is his first break-out writing project, based on a topic that Greg has been invited to share with pastors and leaders across the globe–this idea that the oneness of God changes the way that we, as Christians, live in the world.