Thriving In Your Walk With God
By Jim Stier

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SKU:  89137
Manufacturer Part #:  9781576589137

How could there ever be a more fascinating journey than to explore the universe that God’s gift of faith opened to me? I’m not engaged in a dutiful, dreadful grind of moral performance, under­taken to escape hell. I’m lovingly exploring with Him the endless possibilities for love, beauty, meaning, and wonder. I’m coming out from the shadows of religious obligation to walk in the freedom that only His life in me can accomplish.

In an account both personal and instructive, seasoned missionary and teacher Jim Stier offers a fresh perspective on a familiar theme that will leave you searching deep inside yourself for the power of God at work in and around you. Weaving together the author’s own story with the true story of an Angolan believer caught in civil war, this book will open your eyes to the dynamic, joy-filled reality of being a child adopted into God’s family.

About the author

Jim Stier, together with his wife Pam, is the founder of Youth With A Mission in Brazil and has also served the mission as a leader of Frontier Missions and as president and chairman of YWAM International. Currently Jim is a member of the Founder’s Circle and active in leadership training around the world. Jim and Pam live in Curitiba, Brazil.

Pages: 176 (paperback)

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  • Publisher: YWAM PUBLISHING
  • ISBN: 9781576589137
  • SKU: 89137

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1. on 5/7/2020, said:
5 stars out of 5
This is the best modern work I've read on living by faith, and has earned a seat with my favorite classics _The Spiritual Man_ by Watchman Nee, _They Found the Secret_, and autobiographies like George Mueller's. While not large in size, this book succinctly describes the walk of faith mixing exemplary stories with observations and explanations. I found myself nodding in agreement, remembering similar feelings though our time and place are quite different, and acknowledging the all familiar hand of God in human affairs. As I read, it struck me that this would be a perfect discipleship text. It has short, engaging chapters, well annotated with scripture verses, but instead of taking the space to print each verse out, mentions the reference as support keeping the continuity of thought primary. I appreciate this. In a discipleship setting this allows for deeper study into areas of need/interest. If I ever bought a case of books to hand out to those seeking a deeper walk with the Lord . . . this would be it.
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