Who are you? And what does your identity have to do with victory in your life with Jesus? These are the questions addressed in Paul’s epic passage on spiritual growth in Romans 5-8
Walking in Victory is full of insightful illustrations that bring the deep theological doctrines of Romans 5-8 down to a very understandable and practical level. This book is long overdue!
—Jim Falkenberg, International President, Bible Literature International
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Dennis McCallum was the founder of Xenos Christian Fellowship in Columbus, Ohio. Xenos is a non-traditional church that has grown out of the Bible study Dennis and his brother started in their rooming house at Ohio State University in 1970.
Today, Dennis serves with Gary DeLashmutt as co-lead pastors at Xenos, which now has a weekly attendance of over 5000. He also leads Xenos’ college ministry at Ohio State University. Xenos is a house church planting movement, where over 250 home churches and 500 cell groups are operating at this time.
Xenos is rated among the top missions sending churches by ACMC, and has been named the best local church in community development and ministry to the poor by World Vision in 1997.
Dennis’ educational background includes a BA in history from Ohio State University (1974), and an MA from Ashland Seminary in Ashland, Ohio (1986). Dennis is author of several books including Organic Disciplemaking (Touch Publications) Christianity, The Faith That Makes Sense, (Tyndale) The Summons and Walking in Victory, (Navpress) Spiritual Relationships that Last, (Xenos) and The Death of Truth (Bethany). McCallum has also authored numerous articles and study guides. Dennis married his wife, Holly, in 1973. Their three children: Jessica, 29; Joe, 24; and Bret, 22 all lead house churches at Xenos.