Is your heart ablaze for God or in need of fresh spiritual fuel? Steve Fry summons believers with impassioned prose, leading them into a sweet encounter with God's glory. This illuminating vision of intimacy with Christ will rekindle your flame....
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Is your heart ablaze for God or in need of fresh spiritual fuel? Steve Fry summons believers with impassioned prose, leading them into a sweet encounter with God's glory. This illuminating vision of intimacy with Christ will rekindle your flame.
As believers, we have a desperate need to cultivate intimacy with our God, a place of blissful union in His love. Now acclaimed worship leader, singer, and teacher Steve Fry shows us how. "The key to knowing God," Fry says, "is worship." From jubilant praise to the very embrace of His heart, the author invites everyone to enter into this mysterious encounter with God's glory. The reader will find practical instruction on meditating in the Scriptures, preparing oneself through praise, and seeking God's face in prayer. If you're dry, distracted, dissatisfied, drained in spirit -- or simply seeking "more" -- this biblical praise and worship primer will rekindle the flame of passionate relationship with Christ. Includes worship CD with three songs by Steve Fry!
Acclaimed worship leader and teacher Steve Fry says so many benefits come to us through praise we can't afford to forget it. When you Enter His Courts with praise, you'll leave rejoicing in His cleansing love!
Steve Fry is an avid conference speaker and has recorded four Christian worship albums, including the Dove Award -- nominated We Are Called. He is the founder of Steve Fry Ministries and the producer/director of the Storyteller Project, a resource to get the teaching of Jesus into the hands of millions worldwide. He is actively involved with the Lighthouse Movement of Mission America. Fry authored the key prayer song for the Promise Keepers "Stand in the Gap" conference in Washington, D.C. He lives with his wife, Nancy, and their three children in Brentwood, Tennessee.