I am Your Father Paperback
The Message God Wants Us to Hear
by Mark Stibbe;
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I am Your Father
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I am Your Father by Mark Stibbe was published by Lion Hudson in September 2010 and is our 7040th best seller. The ISBN for I am Your Father is 9781854249371.
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I Am Your FatherTim Leffler, via The Good Book Stall
Mark Stibbe has written several books but this has been born out of his passion to convey his deep set conviction that many of the ills of the world have been brought about by the fundamental and catastrophic attitude towards the role of fatherhood in societies across the world today and since the beginning of time.
In this well written, passionate and challenging book he sets out how ubiquitous and deepset this situation is and proffers observations of how destructive this situation is on a global scale. Having spent many years honing his conclusions this book is the culmination of his passion and sets out the purpose behind the organisation he has set up to offer the world, through the church, a way out of the destructive evil that grips societies today.
The Father’s House Trust has been set up to spread the news that there is a solution through an active relationship with God the Father. This book will challenge many, provide inspiration, answers and solutions for others and is likely to be read and passed on as readers catch the passion that Stibbe inspires in so many. A constellation of worthy, well known names have applauded its publication and I am sure that it will rightly be recommended by many leaders for a long time to come.
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|Author / Artist||Mark Stibbe|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (September 2010)|
|Number of Pages||320|
|Page last updated||4th August 2017|