Overcoming the Seduction of Our Imaginations ^By nature, we desire what we can see-a nicer car, a bigger house, a dream vacation-but God offers us so much more. He invites us to imagine, with the eyes of our hearts, the...
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Overcoming the Seduction of Our Imaginations ^By nature, we desire what we can see-a nicer car, a bigger house, a dream vacation-but God offers us so much more. He invites us to imagine, with the eyes of our hearts, the surpassingly joyful reality of his life and Kingdom. He wants us to see him in all his glory, and he grows our vision for him when we seek him with all our hearts. ^Lael Arrington shows readers that we need a refreshed, renewed imagination for our journey with God. She shares her own story of how God moved her away from escaping into her own small stories and toward living in the reality of his story-from an inward, small-dream life to an outward, Kingdom-building life.
Lael Arrington, with a master's degree in the history of ideas and aesthetics from the University of Texas at Dallas, has authored three books, Godsight (Crossway Books, 2005), Pilgrims Progress Today (NavPress 2002), and Worldproofing Your Kids (Crossway Books, 1997), and taught Western thought and culture at secular and Christian colleges. She cohosts The Things That Matter Most, a unique radio talk show that probes faith, meaning, and purpose "what we believe and why we believe it" with guests as diverse as atheist Sam Harris and evangelist Luis Palau.
Lael has contributed writings and stories to numerous other books, among them, What Weve Learned So Far (Cook, 2004) she has also been featured in Focus on the Family and World magazines, and she has appeared on many national radio and television programs, including Family Life Today with Dennis Rainey, HomeLife, and Janet Parshall's America.. Her latest venture was to compile a devotional book for University students with Kelly Monroe Kullberg, A Faith and Culture Devotional (Zondervan, 2008).