Item description for Si quiere caminar sobre las aguas tiene que salir de la barca by John Ortberg...
Overview Describes how Jesus can change and enrich the lives of those who are willing to step out of comfort zones and deepen their faith in God.
Publishers Description Peter may have gotten out of the boat nearly 2000 years ago, but Jesus' invitation still stands today. But what is waiting on the other side could just be a lot of water and very little chance of remaining above it. As Jesus' followers, we can follow His calling, but can we walk on water? To walk on water means to: * Face our fears and not allow others to have the last word in our lives. * Discover God's calling for your life and follow it for the rest of your life. * Experience God's power in your life in order to achieve what wasn't possible in your own strength. Christ walked on water successfully. There's only one thing that you need to do before you can walk on water successfully: you need to get out of the boat!
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Record Label Vida
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.78" Width: 6.23" Height: 1.12" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2009
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0829753540 ISBN13 9780829753547 UPC 639390753540
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More About John Ortberg
John Ortberg is the senior pastor at Menlo Church. John's teaching centers aroundhow faith in Christ can impact our everyday lives with God. He has written books onspiritual formation including, The Life You've Always Wanted, Who is This Man?, The Me I Want To Be, Soul Keeping, and most recently, All The Places To Go. John teachesaround the world at conferences and churches.
Born and raised in Rockford, Illinois, John graduated from Wheaton College with adegree in psychology. He holds a Master of Divinity and doctorate degree in clinicalpsychology from Fuller Seminary, and has done post-graduate work at theUniversity of Aberdeen, Scotland. Prior to joining Menlo Church, John served asteaching pastor at Chicago's Willow Creek Community Church.
John Ortberg currently resides in the state of Illinois.