Item description for God is Near: Trusting Our Faith by Michael Morwood...
Overview Morwood reminds readers that the Christian God is close, as he seeks to counter commonly held notions--like the need for people to earn or be worthy of God's love--with the loving portrait of the Father handed down by Jesus and captured in the Gospels.
Publishers Description In his new book, Michael Morwood reminds readers that the Christian God is closer to us than our very hearts. He seeks to counter commonly held notions--like the need for people to earn or be worthy of God's love--with the loving portrait of the Father handed down by Jesus and captured in the Gospels.
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Studio: A Crossroad/Carlisle Book
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2002
Publisher A Crossroad/Carlisle Book
ISBN 0824519841 ISBN13 9780824519841
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More About Michael Morwood
Morwood is a former priest with the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart. He is still involved in Adult Faith formation and has spoken extensively to groups in both Australia and the United States.
Reviews - What do customers think about God is Near: Trusting Our Faith?
Easy read with profound images of what is means to be church Sep 22, 2002
I just finished reading Michael's latest book and would recommend it to anyone who is searching for a more engaging way to understand and express their faith in God at a personal level as well as within a community setting. He provides a balance assessment of why there is not more active faith committment within our communities and solid insights regarding how to image our concept of being church based on Scripture and early church tradition.