Be a Voice, Not An Echo: The Story of One Man Gripped By God to Take the Good News Outside Church Walls
Stories of the miraculous and of Christ's saving power to the world are not a thing of the past. As Pat's amazing story and his lessons of spiritual life vividly illustrates, they happen today. Pat's story is one of an...
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Stories of the miraculous and of Christ's saving power to the world are not a thing of the past. As Pat's amazing story and his lessons of spiritual life vividly illustrates, they happen today. Pat's story is one of an unerring trust in God through the storms of life. He knows what it is like to live through poverty, abuse and much loss. Yet with candour and authenticity Pat shares his wealth of experience in seeing the demonstration of God's power of transformation in so many lives. Pat doesn't hold back on his personal trials and errors but holds fast to his belief that the Christian life is far more than meetings and programs. This adventure would develop into a lifestyle of becoming the message, rather than being an echo of his culture, background, church, or any celebrity, and to embrace his own uniqueness and the person God created him to be. This book is a must read.
Native Californian PAT REGAN was born in 1949 and discovered Jules Verne in 1954. His interest in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is lifelong and has engendered more functional art projects than can be listed here. For that, there's a website. At the time of this writing, Regan is retired from a career in public safety; designing, building, and diving unique underwater technologies in Hawaii. http: //www.vulcaniasubmarine.com