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The End of All Our Exploring: Developing a…

The End of All Our Exploring: Developing a Friendship with God

by Dr. Kelly James Bonewell

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For some people, they can often be confused or ambivalent about their faith. Who is God? What is he like? Does he really want to have a relationship with me and if so, how does that work? These are some the questions people might have? The End of All Our Exploring was written to help others so that they could practically learn how to grow in their relationship with God. The book offers a mixture of the the author's own professional experiences as a psychologist and pastor, and some of his own stories in how God intervened in his life. By looking at the different stages of faith—the phases of being a believer, a servant and then finally, learning how to become a friend to God, it will help you understand where you fit in terms of your relationship with God. In describing these stages of faith, it will hopefully help you develop a closer friendship with the One who cares about you deeply.

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