God.com: Extreme Intimacy with an Interactive God

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Multnomah, 2000 - Religion - 205 pages
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God.com is a refreshing, unflinchingly honest approach to seeking our Creator. Witty, poignant, and surprising text draws today's techno-savvy readers to God's "home page," where they can learn to more fully understand and communicate with Him. In these pages, author James Langteaux boldy tackles some of our toughest questions about maintaining a relationship with an invisible being-discussing God as Father, Lover, and Best Friend. God.com helps readers identify and break down walls of fear so they can allow God's love and purposes to change their lives in profound ways. It invites us all to face the piercing, unpadded truth of God's passion for us and respond, reminding us that our maturity is at stake.

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User Review  - KathyMcSparran - LibraryThing

I was expecting something different...such as maybe some insight on how to have my own relationship with God feel more "interactive." Instead I felt like I was reading the diary of a confused ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rivkah. - Goodreads

I really liked it, but I felt it was more of an autobiography of this man's experience more then anything else. Read full review

About the author (2000)

James Alexander Langteaux has worked in many forms of communication and entertainment on an international basis. After receiving his master's degree in communication at Regent University, he worked as writer, producer, and director for The 700 Club for six years. His work on the NBC miniseries A Woman Named Jackie earned him an Emmy Award nomination. In the mid-nineties Langteaux hosted a weekly, four-hour live music television show in New Zealand, where he also promoted mentoring programs for young people. Today he works in Los Angeles with Media International, which creates videos with strong moral messages for public school audiences.

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