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Fight Like Jesus: How Jesus Waged Peace Throughout Holy Week Spiral-Bound | February 1, 2022

Jason Porterfield

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If your heart breaks over injustice and you long to make a positive difference in our world, come learn from the Greatest Peacemaker's greatest week. Fight Like Jesus equips readers with practical peacemaking skills as it examines how Jesus waged peace on each day of Holy Week.

Throughout Holy Week, two competing approaches to peacemaking collide. What if we’ve embraced the wrong one?

At the start of Holy Week, tears streamed down Jesus’ face as he cried out, “If only you knew the things that make for peace." From that moment, until a week later when he triumphantly declared, “Peace be with you,” Jesus spent each day confronting injustice, calling out oppressors and contending for peace.
 But what if—despite all our familiarity with the events of Holy Week—we still don’t know how Jesus makes peace? And what if—despite clinging to the cross of Christ for our salvation—we’ve actually embraced a different approach to peacemaking? One that justifies killing enemies. One whose methods include nailing criminals to crosses.
 We desperately need to recover the radical vision of peacemaking that Jesus embodied throughout Holy Week. And we urgently need to be trained in his way of making peace. So, come. Let’s journey together day-by-day through Jesus’ final week and discover anew why he is called the Prince of Peace.

Publisher: APG Sales & Distribution
Original Binding: Paperback
Pages: 216 pages
ISBN-10: 1513809342
Item Weight: 0.82 lbs
Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.95 x 8.0 inches
Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars 101 to 500 ratings

Jason Porterfield has made his home in places abandoned by society, from Canada’s poorest neighborhood to the slums of Indonesia. His passion is to cultivate God’s shalom wherever it is painfully absent and to help churches embrace their peacemaking vocation.

In 2007, Jason joined Servants (, an international network of Christian communities living and ministering among the urban poor. He was a founding member of the Servants team in Vancouver, started a new team in Indonesia, and directed operations in North America through 2015. Jason holds a master in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and now lives in his riskiest location yet: next door to his in-laws.