Born in 1979, Cris Rogers is minister at All Hallows Church, Bow, London, and teaches at most of the major Christian festivals each year. He has a BTech in Art from Leeds, a BA in theology from Trinity College Bristol, and an MA in theology from King's College London. He is a minister in the Church of England and author of several books including The Bible Book by Book.
'This is a beautiful book by a remarkable leader exploring a magnificent theme. I commend it wholeheartedly to anyone thirsty for more from God.' -- Pete Greig, 24-7 Prayer / Emmaus Rd / Alpha International "Cris Rogers is one of the church's creative pioneers with a passion to communicate the Christian faith." -- Nicky Gumbel What you have here is a book that scratches an itch, in a gentle yet stirring narrative that challenges and provokes. Cris leads us on a journey to lift our eyes above the horizon, to go on a journey of ever increasing wonder, to look for a deeper well of the Spirit in our own lives and life the of church. The need to expand our imagination and thirst for a deeper experience with an unfathomable God is communicated beautifully in this book. It is a pathway to more, but not a selfish more! A more of the life we have always dreamed of, a life of depth and encounter with a God who wants to take us further than we could ever imagine. -- Brian Heasley, 24-7 Prayer God wants to completely blow your mind and lead you into the deeper waters of knowing and experiencing Him. Trust me, there is so much more than the life which you are currently setting into. Allow this modern day prophet to take you on a journey to discover the One who cannot be contained. It's time to wake up and surrender to the life awaiting! -- Rob Peabody, co-founder and International Director of Awaken If God says there's more, it must be true. As Cris shows us a disappointing experience of Christianity isn't possible, unless you've yet to discover the real thing. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and it looks really fresh! -- Paul Harcourt, New Wine Regional Director for London and East, and Vicar of All Saints' Woodford Wells "A call and a map back to the deep end." -- Simon Ponsonby, St Aldates Oxford