Is God for Real? Paperback
Signposts and Stories for People Who Wonder
by Chris Leonard;
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Is God for Real?
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Is God for Real? by Chris Leonard was published by Spck in November 2011 and is our 12730th best seller. The ISBN for Is God for Real? is 9780281062058.
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Is God Real?David Ford, via The Good Book Stall
How do we know that God is for real? How can we help others to discover that God is for real? People belong to churches for a whole host of reasons of which faith is only one and often not the most important. And yet, if we are to be faithful to our commission as disciples, helping people towards a deeper knowledge and experience of God must be at the heart of the church’s mission and evangelism both within and beyond our churches. Helping people to know that God is for real is at the heart of what it means to be a Christian.
In this remarkable, faith-enhancing book Chris Leonard demonstrates that the truth of the Gospel is discovered in relationship with God – through trust, humility and an openness to accept His help. Chris’ approach is to explore this through the real life stories of scores of Christians and it is in these stories that the power of the book is revealed. I found myself weeping gently at the powerful and transformative way in which God touched some of the lives whose stories Chris recalls. And in reading others’ stories I found myself recognising my own.
If it’s not too late for Christmas, buy this book for all those on the fringe of our churches who need just a little extra nudge in their walk with God. And if it is too late, make it a New Year gift, or any other time, instead.
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|Page last updated||29th November 2016|
|Author / Artist||Chris Leonard|
|Publisher||Spck (November 2011)|
|Number of Pages||160|