Item description for Ken Davis: It's Enough to Make a Grown Man Cry by Ken Davis...
DescriptionWith his unique humorous style, Ken Davis takes a look at the clues around the shortest verse in the Bible to give us a remarkable perspecive on why Jesus wept. But he doesn't stop there. Ken's view: If you don't know what makes God cry, then you know how to make him dance! This wonderfully entertaining message is full of wit, hope, and encouragement for believers of all ages. Ken again uses humor to carefully teach an important concept - and when he's done, your sides might hurt but your heart will feel a whole lot better.
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Record Label Crown Video
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.5" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2000
Publisher CROWN VIDEO #573
ISBN 1894300300 ISBN13 0622306901975 UPC 622306007196
Availability 0 units.
More About Ken Davis
Ken Davis, a best selling author and frequent radio and television guest, is a sought after speaker. As president of Dynamic Communicators International, he teaches the art and business of communication to companies and indviduals from all walkes of life. Ken's daily radio show, Lighten Up!, is heard on more than 1,500 stations in the United States and around the world. He and his wife Diane, live in Tennessee and have two daughters and six grandchildren.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Ken Davis: It's Enough to Make a Grown Man Cry?
Incredible blend of hilarity and seroius Christianity Jun 15, 2001
It, in my opinion, is an extrordinarily difficult thing to combine the formidable goals of making people laugh almost to the point of wetting one's pants and also provide a first rate message on the Christian life, but, as you would see, Ken Davis is as talented at this as anyone else around at making these sometimes diametric aspects of communication totally compatible.