God is in the Small Stuff and It All Matters

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Promise Press, Nov 1, 1998 - Christian literature - 249 pages
Bruce and Stan's newest book encourages readers not to disregard the minor, insignificant things in life. Rather, "God Is in the Small Stuff..."encourages a better understanding of God's infinite character, reminding readers that He is a personal and intimate God, involved in every detail of their lives, however minute. "God Is In the Small Stuff...and it all matters" contains 40 chapters, with titles such as "Remember that God Loves You," "Discipline Yourself (No One Else Will)," and "Contentment Won't Kill You." Each chapter includes an introductory commentary in the tongue-in-cheek Bruce & Stan style, followed by bits of pithy and sometimes humorous wisdom.

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User Review  - regularguy5mb - LibraryThing

This book exists as the antithesis of the ever-popular Don't Sweat the Small Stuff. Authors Bruce and Stan (how very camp counselor of them to only use their first names on the cover like that) feel ... Read full review

User Review  - Ellen - Christianbook.com

I highly recommend this little book. It has short chapters that are easy to read each day with very good applications. I read it over and over each month. Thanks for a great book. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Understand the Nature of God
11
Get to Know God Better
17
Copyright

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Bruce Bickel is an attorney and Chief Operating Officer of ConversantLife.com. His previous books with Stan Jantz include "Knowing God 101, Knowing the Bible 101, "and "God Is in the Small Stuff.

Stan Jantz is CEO of ConversantLife.com. He and Bruce Bickel are coauthors of more than 50 books, including "I m Fine with God... It s Christians I Can t Stand" and the Christianity 101(r) Bible Studies. As a writing team, their goal is to present God s truth in a correct, clear, and casual manner.

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