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This book is about serious Christianity and the practice of moving. Moving as in going on a journey, a pilgrimage, with less “baggage” than most of us would think essential for an overnight trip to a relative’s house.
Make no mistake – this is about physically walking. Foster talks the talk, but has also walked the walk . . . literally. His focus in this slim volume is the “fundamental relationship between the man, his feet, and his place in the universe.” The basic action of movement is lifted up as the natural state of man and the way he finds himself and God. Continue reading
For anyone who wants to know the Bible more intimately, A Year With God can help you carry out that goal.
As the title implies, you should consider this book one page at a time over an entire year. Selected Old Testament Bible verses in nine general topic areas provides focused study on such themes as “Love and Hate”, “Faith and Doubt”, and “Forgiveness and Anger”.
After each verse, a short discussion follows to put the lesson into a more useful framework. This book is “handy” and offers much in easily digested daily doses. Continue reading