Radical Reliance: Living 24/7 With God At the Center
God alone can sustain and satisfy our souls. Do we know this reality? Do we thirst for it? Exploring the biblical background of the answers to these questions, nationally known Bible teacher Joe Stowell shows the way to make these...
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God alone can sustain and satisfy our souls. Do we know this reality? Do we thirst for it? Exploring the biblical background of the answers to these questions, nationally known Bible teacher Joe Stowell shows the way to make these truths real in our daily lives. When God is at the center of our lives 24/7, this is radical reliance -- total trust -- and it's the way God meant it to be. Follow the author on his journey of faith and meet Christ anew. Begin to walk by a deeper faith and enjoy the delight and security of His presence.
Joe Stowell serves as the 11th President of Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Comprised of approximately 2500 undergraduate and graduate students, Cornerstone is a Christ - centered university with a passion for global influence through the transforming power of the gospel. The University is committed to creating an environment where students thrive both spiritually and intellectually as they prepare themselves to influence our world as followers of Jesus.
An internationally recognized conference speaker, Joe has also written numerous books including The Trouble with Jesus; Simply Jesus and You; The Upside of Down; and Eternity. Joe also serves with RBC Ministries, partnering in media productions, writing, and outreach to pastors. His Strength for the Journey web ministry, www.getmorestrength.org, features daily devotionals, weekly messages and commentary, downloadable Bible study curriculum, and an audio library of his most requested messages.
Joe serves on the Board of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Wheaton College, and has a distinguished career in higher education and church leadership. From 1987–2005, he served as the president of Moody Bible Institute, and as teaching pastor at the 10,000–member Harvest Bible Chapel in suburban Chicago