Your Relationship with God

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2006 - Religion - 169 pages
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When life doesn't work out the way we expect it to, we often grow angry and bitter. Gary Smalley was living a life like that—angry about what was not going his way, until God gave him a wake-up call as he recovered from a kidney transplant surgery that saved his life. Gary had a life-changing encounter with God. In this very personal book, Gary exposes his personal conflict with God, his own problems, and how God used this situation to teach him about his relationship with God. As with his best-selling book The DNA of Relationships, Gary Smalley will provide you with insight and answers to your own relationship with God, but this time he opens up his own personal struggles and the daily habits that he learned to stay connected with God.

The book in brief:
  • Reveals our desire for an intimate relationship with God
  • Readers will learn how to cope with the stress of life to have stress-free living
  • Gary Smalley fans will be impressed with Gary's honesty and openness

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For marriage counselor and pastor, this man had a lot of problems. Very real and interesting. Read full review


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Gary Smalley is one of the country's best known authors and speakers on family relationships. He is the bestselling and award-winning author or coauthor of 16 books, along with several popular films and videos. He has spent over 30 years learning, teaching, and counseling, speaking to over 2 million people in live conferences. Smalley has appeared on national television programs such as "Oprah", "Larry King Live", "Extra", "The Today Show", and "The Sally Jessy Raphael Show", as well as numerous national radio programs. Gary and his wife, Norma, have been married for 50 years and live in Branson, Missouri. They have three children and six grandchildren.

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