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Discovering God (Unabridged, 2 Cds)

CD|Apr 2014
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Many of us have a faulty understanding of who God is. Our misconceptions color every aspect of our lives how we view ourselves, how we relate to others, and how we perceive the world around us. Dan Meyer takes...


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Many of us have a faulty understanding of who God is. Our misconceptions color every aspect of our lives how we view ourselves, how we relate to others, and how we perceive the world around us.


Dan Meyer takes us on a journey to discover God. It s a life-changing journey of knowing God as he is revealed to us in the Bible while releasing false ideas and stale understandings of who we "think" God is. Meyer explores seven of the most essential attributes of God found throughout the Bible, all the attributes that are embodied in the person of Jesus Christ: his self-sufficiency, goodness, trustworthiness, holiness, self-sacrificial nature, power and presence, and worthiness.


When you look at God through these attributes, your relationship with him will deepen, your perspective will be transformed, and your life will change for the better. "


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Daniel Meyer

Daniel Meyer (M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary) is senior pastor at Christ Church of Oak Brook in Oak Brook, Illinois. Dan's sermons are heard weekly on the Love Changes Life program, broadcast on WCPX television and WGN & WYLL radio. They are also frequently featured in Christianity Today's Preaching Today resource. Additionally, Dan is the host of television's Life Focus news program. He serves on the Dean's Advisory Board of Fuller Theological Seminary's School of Inter-Cultural Studies; the Dean's Advisory Board of Midwestern University; and as Chaplain of the Executives Breakfast Club of Oak Brook. He has been an adjunct teaching resource for the University of Chicago Divinity School. He is currently in the final project phase of a Doctor of Ministry program. He has written with Greg Ogden Leadership Essentials.