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The latest offering in Soo-Inn Tan s e-commentaries collection, Thinking on the Run remains true to the style of this series. It is personal, for the author intimates details from his own life. It is down-to-earth and does not shy away from the complicated, complex issues of life. And it draws the reader back to God s truths amidst the cacophony of voices in the world. Thinking on the Run also challenges the reader to live an upright life despite the difficulties. Using contemporary subjects, Soo-Inn Tan pulls the reader along with him in a quest to probe more deeply into the Christian faith. This is a book that will stimulate, provoke and encourage believers as they go about their daily routines.
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Soo-Inn is the co-founder and dirctor of Graceworks Private Limited, a ministry committed to promoting spiritual friendship in church and society. He also serves as honorary associate pastor of Evangel Christian Church, Singapore. He is married to Bernice and they have four sons. He has a BDS from the University of Singapore, a ThM from Regent College and a DMin from Fuller Theological Seminary. His primary passions include connecting the Word of God to the struggles of daily life, and the promotion of the discipline of spiritual friendship. He has been a supporter of Arsenal Football Club since 1971 and his favourite movie is Star Wars 4.Review:
The world needs writers who help us to pause and grasp an eternal perspective on the seemingly mundane activiites in our busy lives: a chat between friends, watching a popular film at the local theater, hassles at work. In a refreshing, winsome way, these writers raise our 'God consciousness', helping us love Him and His people more. Soo-Inn Tan is one of these writers. --John Maust, President, Media Associates International
This collection of reflections bears witness to a person, who in discipling many, has dirtied his hands and feet, and entered into their world to walk alongside them in the messiness of life. --Alan Chng, Navigators Asia Director
Soo-Inn is no stranger to human grief and thus no stranger to divine grace. His writings are therefore essentially a pilgrimage. He gently invites us with him along the journey of life; to encounter reality reflectively and meaningfully. Not merely to know more about ourselves but, more significantly, to know more about God. --Edmund Chan, Senior Pastor, Covenant Evangelical Free Church
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