Life with God is a huge gulp of fresh air. Our existence as children of God should reflect unending, unbounded delight in the infinite glory of our Father. Too often this is not the case in our lives as we...
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Life with God is a huge gulp of fresh air. Our existence as children of God should reflect unending, unbounded delight in the infinite glory of our Father. Too often this is not the case in our lives as we stagger far from God's expansive vision. But hope reigns. God has promised abundant life brightly illuminated with His glory. In LifeSpace, Joni Powers and Bob Pyne write for all who want to experience anew the life-giving breath of the Creator. They encourage readers to embrace the gift of expansive life that God is offering to each of us. This is only realized, they explain, as we properly understand the person of God, our relationship with him, and the radical freedom of grace. This visionary book is a life-altering call to a way of being that results in transformation with every breath. Come and join the conversation with those seeking lives that delight in God, a place of transcendent rest and a limitless horizon of possibility.
JONI GRACE POWERS has her roots in the wilds of West Texas and now lives in Dallas. She is a frequent lecturer, a retreat speaker, and an ordained minister. A passionate teacher and communicator, Joni’s writing has covered the gamut from technical business articles to executive development courses to theological musings. She is most interested in the turbulent waters where humanity encounters God. Joni and her husband, Tim, are holding on for the ride as they raise two teenage daughters.
Robert Pyne hails from the beautiful desert of Arizona and now lives in Dallas. Formerly a professor of theology, he currently oversees leadership development for African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries. ALARM equips African pastors and leaders for community transformation. Robert is a sought-after speaker on the intersection of Christian life and culture, as well as an active participant in the American Academy of Religion and the Emergent dialogue. He and his wife, Julie, valiantly attempt to keep up with four teenagers.