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Start by marking Knowing the Face of God as Want to Read . Stafford brings theology and piety together in one of the best books I have read in in a long time
Start by marking Knowing the Face of God as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Stafford does a great job. He ends up walking some of the same roads I eventually stumbled into: a discovery of spiritual disciplines and God in everyday realities, church (the good and the ugly), the complexity of Scripture and the promise of the Spirit. I rarely find devotional writing all that helpful. Stafford brings theology and piety together in one of the best books I have read in in a long time. His chapter on infant Baptism or conscious faith was the best I have ever seen. The book consist of twenty-eight chapters that were fascinating.
I have known this book and author since it was first published. I recommend to anyone seeking to deepen their faith. And that relationship is what Stafford is trying to demonstrate. Once I realized that, I discovered that this book has more to say on living with God than most others I have seen. No techniques, but rather honest appraisals of how to build intimacy with God, an intimacy that is similar to, but yet must be different from those with human beings. It is a vulnerable book. Stafford must take off some of his masks to tell his journey, and the reader must take off his or her masks to embrace the full scope of the text and live life with God.
For the individual who wants to know God, there is good news: God wants to be known. This book takes a look at what it takes to draw near to God and to recognize his face.
Select Format: Hardcover. For the individual who wants to know God, there is good news: God wants to be known. ISBN13:9780891099345. Release Date:February 1996.
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Tim Stafford sets you free from worrying about the Joneses or anyone else. Tim Stafford is a senior writer for Christianity Today. He shows you how to build core Christian values into your children in a way that fits who God made your family to be, unique and different from every other family. Among his many books are Knowing the Face of God; As Our Years Increase; The Student Bible (with Philip Yancey); Love, Sex and the Whole Person; a trilogy of historical fiction (The Stamp of Glory; Sisters; The Law of Love), and Never Mind the Joneses. He and his wife, Popie, live in Santa Rosa, California.
There is no deeper, more intense human longing than to know God is real and to see Him face to face.
Tim Stafford is an award-winning author, a regular contributor to. .
Tim Stafford is a freelance writer, Senior Writer for Christianity Today Magazine and a regular contributor for Campus Life magazines. He's written more than twenty books, both fiction and non-fiction. His most recent works are Personal God: Can You Really Know the One Who Made the Universe, and Shaking the System: What I Learned from the Great American Reform Movements.
The books by Curtis and Eldredge, Pinnock, Stafford, and Willard primarily address spiritual issues, but all the . Ecclesiastes tells us we can look at life "under the sun" and see, on the one hand, the ultimate frustration of human striving
The works by Ford and Woodroof address practical spiritual issues, but include biblical and theological foundations. Clark Pinnock's work is the only book that approaches the topic of spirituality directly and comprehensively. Ecclesiastes tells us we can look at life "under the sun" and see, on the one hand, the ultimate frustration of human striving. Or we can see, on the other hand, the same life as a gift from our loving God and receive it from him and find a new meaning to living.
Giles County High School. Class of 1990 · Pulaski, Tennessee. tn technology center. Clarksville, Tennessee.
Tim Stafford: I saw lots of opportunities
You recently traveled to Europe to report on the refugee crisis for Books & Culture, where you talked with many whose lives have been disrupted by war. You also wrote about Christians who’ve been working to aid refugees and to help them integrate into their new homes. Tim Stafford: I saw lots of opportunities. The refugees are primarily Muslim, and they vary a lot in how devout they are.
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