Followup to the wildly successful New York Times bestseller Dinner with A Perfect Stranger, where Nick Cominsky met Jesus face-to-face. After that meeting, he figured the Christian life would be smooth sailing . . . until hitting bottom six years later, preparing him for a second surprising encounter -- and some long-sought answers...
In the future, it’s possible to live forever—but at what cost?
Missionary daughter Abigail Caldwell emerges from the jungle for the first time in her thirty-four years, after receiving a curious message from her grandfather, Abby goes to America, only to discover a nation where Christianity has completely died out.
Who is Jesus of Nazareth and what was his take on life? Ask him yourself! Or, rather, follow along as Nick Cominsky—an early 30s, professionally successful agnostic—gets the opportunity of a lifetime: an evening with Jesus.
Having God's forgiveness is wonderful. Spending eternity with God is great. But for now, where is the abundant life Jesus promised? Why is the Christian life such a struggle? Because getting forgiven is only half of the gospel! The rest of the gospel is not us striving on our own to be "good" Christians, but Christ in us, living His life through us as we rest in Him.
When her agnostic husband tells her a far-fetched story about dinner with Jesus, Mattie is clearly skeptical. Their marriage is already shaky. When she shares her worries with a sympathetic stranger seated next to her on the plane, he seems to know a lot about God---and Mattie's own past. Who is this man?
Business degree in hand, Logan enters the immense Universal Systems building and is hired as an organizational analyst - a trouble-shooter. His job: evaluate the company's five divisions, each on a separate level and each operating on startlingly unique principles. Which set of principles is successful? Why is most of the company's profit generated by one tiny division? What is real profit, anyway? And who is the enigmatic executive that Logan ends up reporting to?