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About "More God"
On June 3 rd, 2007, right after competing in his first surfing contest, Nate Lytle sensed that surfing may have become a distraction in hearing from God. As he drove home that night, Nate made a commitment to God that he wouldn't surf for a whole year. The next day Nate fell from the top of a ten foot ladder, shattering his skull and leaving him with a severe brain injury. Nate was not expected to live, and even if he did survive, the doctors said he would never walk, talk, or communicate again. As word spread about Nate's condition, his surfing buddies urged one another on with the phrase "Pray for Nate." More God tells the compelling story of how God brought back Nate from the brink of death and put him in the very unique position of speaking truth into the lives of those who cannot speak for themselves.
Meet the Authors
Nathan (Nate) Lytle lives in Corpus Christi, Texas with his wife Brianna. After thirteen years of ministry with youth and four years military experience, Nate had an opportunity to move to Tallahassee, Florida and serve as a young adultsrsquo; pastor. But God had bigger plans for Nate. After Nate's injury, God took him in a new direction. Now he speaks to those who are enduring struggles, sharing that God brings blessings through pain. You can learn more about Nate at his Web site: natelytle.com. James H. Pence is a performance chalk artist, singer, speaker, published author, and ghostwriter. Jim has been called a ldquo;Renaissance man,rdquo; but he prefers to be known simply as a follower of Jesus Christ and a storyteller. Jim is the author or co-author of nine books, including the recently-released The Encounter, a collaboration with bestselling author Stephen Arterburn. http://jamespence.com.