The themes set forth in Romans 12, where believers are called to present themselves to God as living sacrifices, drive the conversation in this book. We are summoned to the altar of God’s presence through the finished work of Christ on our behalf. The Christian life is presenting ourselves to Him every moment, of every day, all the days of our life. This is what I am calling, “Life on the Altar.”

If you are a Christian who wants to align, or realign, your life commitments with the purposes of God, this book is for you. But it is also for those who have not tasted the goodness of God’s grace found in Christ. The message of this book is extended to you as well. My prayer is that you would come to Christ with the open arms of faith and join us as we seek to live for Him.

 

If you want to know how to present your body as a living sacrifice to God, you’ll find a helpful and encouraging guide in these pages.

Donald S. Whitney, Professor of Biblical Spirituality and Associate Dean
at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY

 

We are in a season of serious crisis in the American church. But with that crisis comes a giant opportunity — to see a new reformation of the church, a re-forming into what Jesus meant His body to be. James Law, in this incredible book gives us all spiritual and practical help on how to do that!

John Avant, President, Life Action Collective

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About the Author

James B. Law, Jr., Ph.D. is senior pastor of First Baptist Church Gonzales, LA, serving there since 1993. For his undergraduate studies, he attended the University of Kentucky where he played baseball and graduated with a B.A. in Business Administration (1988). He attended New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS) where he earned both a M.Div. (1991) and a Ph.D. (1994). Since 2010, he has overseen a theological initiative through Advance International to bring accredited theological education to pastors in East Asia. The training in East Asia is in partnership with NOBTS and the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. He and his wife, Gwynne, have six children and an ever-growing number of grandchildren. They live in Ascension parish, Louisiana.