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High Impact Christians


How can you be so ineffective in your walk when you are so passionately committed to the King and His Kingdom? This album explores some hidden keys to living transformationally.

This is a six CD set.

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Artur Fischer recently died at the age of 96. He was born in Germany.  His father was a tailor and his mother ironed collars to make ends meet.  He became an inventor who eventually owned more patents than Thomas Edison.

How did he do it? It was not because his social status predisposed him to success.

Success has been studied relentlessly over the centuries with sundry ideas put forward as to what the “essential” components are for success in various cultures.

This album addresses the age old question through the grid of the Kingdom of Heaven. We start with the presupposition that we will be aliens in the cultures of the earth and therefore most of the parameters for success by the standards of this culture will not apply.

This model of the Christian as an outsider, battling the culture, has been well explored and articulated. Sadly, more Christians are consumed by the battle or compromised by the culture than transform the culture.

Arthur presents some different ideas for how a Noble Subject of the Great King can be a dynamic force in this world. Some of this is a reflection of the different strategies needed in the Mercy season.  Some is the result of his being a strategist by design.

You can be assured that this album is not more of the same old, same old.

This is a six CD set.