Item description for Love Found a Way: Stories of Christmas by Ron Mehl...
Overview When the world was plunged into sin after the fall, Love Found a Way to move heaven and earth and save us from death. Filling the 12 days of Christmas with God's transforming love, Ron Mehl's poignant readings look beyond the crass commercialism of the season to celebrate the miracle of God's ultimate Gift---Jesus Christ, who was born to set us free.
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Studio: WaterBrook Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.25" Width: 5.09" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.52 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 1999
Publisher WaterBrook Press
ISBN 1578562767 ISBN13 9781578562763
Availability 0 units.
More About Ron Mehl
Ron Mehl, the beloved pastor of a large congregation in Beaverton, Oregon, battled leukemia for more than twenty years until his death in May 2003. His books include the Gold Medallion winners God Works the Night Shift and Just in Case I Can't Be There. His latest, Right with God, was the 2003 National Day of Prayer theme book. Ron and his wife, Joyce, have two married sons.
Ron Mehl currently resides in Portland, in the state of Oregon.
Reviews - What do customers think about Love Found a Way: Stories of Christmas?
I love Ron Mehl Apr 26, 2003
I love anything and everything written by this insightful and integrous Christian leader. Ron moves my soul each time I read something he has written. He is an excellent writer and even a greater man who loves God and is the real deal. I love Ron Mehl!
A small book that packs a big chubby blessing! May 3, 2000
In my ongoing effort to read every book written by Ron Mehl, I discovered and read this book - "Love Found a Way."
This is a wonderful little book filled with Mehl's trademark anecdotes and stories that really bring a point home and he paints a word picture that inspires and makes a message unforgettable.
Mehl's writing style is much like William Barclay, author of the Daily Bible Studies on Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, etc.
It was said of Barclay that "he saved the Bible from the experts" and the same could be said of Mehl. He shows how the words and works of Jesus are applicable to every need of mankind in the here and now. And the tone in his books is so down-to-earth, yet inspiring. It's a wonderful balance and I loved this book.
However, I must confess - I preferred "Meeting God at a Dead End" also by Mehl. And my number two (mehl) choice would be "The Ten(der) Commandments".
"Love Found a Way" is a wonderful book, I just thought the other two were wonderfuller. :)
His writings have explained the Bible in a way that has really opened my understanding.