A Walk in Faith: A Personal Record of a Faith Walk

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WestBow Press, Jun 25, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 280 pages
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Amid the clamor and contingencies of this world, the activity of the Holy Spirit is more evident in a believer's life than we realize. We often walk through our days and are not even aware of His presence or the evidence of His provisions. A Walk in Faith slows us down enough to take a look at His activity in our lives.

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Raised in a normal, semi-believing family, Kenneth's grandparents provided prayer coverage for him continuously. After their death and a life-changing experience in the military, he came to have a real and personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Since then, he has earned a Certificate of Ordination and license as a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, in addition to a PhD in Christian counseling from an international Bible college.

The truths and events in A Walk in Faith are those things he sees in his life and the life of his nation, from day to day as illuminated in the glow of His Word. These are impressions, thoughts, or reflections that indicate the good things that have been provided for him on a daily basis by the presence of the Holy Spirit.

Kenneth and his wife, Shirley, reside in West Columbia, Texas. They are active in a non-denominational Christian church, invest their time in the local Meals on Wheels program, visit their son's family in Kingwood, Texas, and make yearly trips to their daughter's family residence near Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

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