Item description for Daniel: Pursuing Integrity (New Community Bible Study Series) by John Ortberg, Kevin G. Harney & Sherry Harney...
Overview This latest volume in the New Community Bible Studies series will help you grow in your understanding of what it means to build true community within the church and among the world.
Publishers Description Stand Strong in Life's Furnaces How do you respond when the bottom drops out? What happens to your character quotient when things don't go the way you planned? How do you react when the temperature is rising, you are under attack, and God seems far away? Daniel discovered that the furnace experiences of life refine and define us. Spiritual integrity rarely grows when everything goes our way. Instead, God uses things like a furnace, a lion's den, a mad king, and exile in a foreign country to forge character in a soul. If you long to meet God in the challenging times and come through the fire stronger and more faithful, Daniel is ready to show the way.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.92" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.27" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2009
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Series New Community Bible Study
Series Number 17
ISBN 0310280532 ISBN13 9780310280538 UPC 025986280536
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More About John Ortberg, Kevin G. Harney & Sherry Harney
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.