God Incidents: Real Life Stories to Strengthen and Restore Your Faith

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God Incidents:  Real Life Stories to Strengthen and Restore Your Faith     by Rev. Dr. Glenn M. Wagner invites persons who are struggling with belief to reconsider God. Wagner offers honesty, empathy, and inspiration from four decades of global pastoral experience. He shares many different ways that God is made known so that persons who doubt God and those who seek to help them may find new perspectives for living.

Connect with the author and learn more at: glennmwagner.com

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About the author

Glenn Maris Wagner has been a United Methodist pastor, husband, and community leader for 40 years. He is a father of two and friend to many. He has lived, traveled, served, pastored, and studied in America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. His core value for ministry, based on the love of God, is “In God’s math, everybody counts.”

Glenn is a certified clergy coach and has organized leadership training events to develop leaders for small groups in the church. He has worked hard to build bridges of understanding and respect across religious, racial, ethnic, political, gender, educational and economic divides that separate the human family. He is an accomplished story teller and currently serves as the pastor of the United Methodist Church of the Dunes in Grand Haven, Michigan.

Glenn has a passion to listen and learn, both from persons of authentic faith as well as those who have established doubt. God Incidents: Real-Life Stories to Strengthen and Restore Your Faith is the life changing fruit of Glenn’s learning.
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EBook MyBook L.L.C.
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Published on
May 15, 2016
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Pages
196
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ISBN
9781942011316
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Language
English
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Genres
Body, Mind & Spirit / Inspiration & Personal Growth
Religion / Christian Life / Spiritual Growth
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This content is DRM free.
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