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Overview Readers can join Tenney and other "God chasers" in pursuit of God's presence as they read and meditate on selected quotes from the writings of these pioneers, and then journal their own thoughts and insights.
Publishers Description Does you heart yearn to have an intimate relationship with your Lord? Perhaps you long to draw closer to you heavenly Father, but you don't know how or where to start. This Daily Meditation & Personal Journal will help you begin a journey that will change your life. Join Tommy Tenney and other "God chasers" in pursuit of God's presence as you read and meditate on selected quotes from the writings of these "pioneers" as well as new material from Tommy's own pursuit of His presence. Then write your thoughts and insights from your time with the Lord in the areas provided. As you read and journal, you'll find your spirit running to meet Him with a desire and fervor you've never before experienced. Let your heart hunger propel you into the chase of you life...after God
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Tommy Tenney is the author of mega-bestsellers in the GOD CHASERS series, including God's Favorite House, The God Catchers, God's Eye View, and The Prayers of a God Chaser. He and his family live in Pineville, Louisiana. Learn more at www.godchasers.net. Mark Andrew Olsen, whose novel The Assignment was a Christy Award finalist, also collaborated with Tommy Tenney on the bestseller The Hadassah Covenant. He and his wife, Connie, live in Colorado Springs with their three children.
Tommy Tenney currently resides in the state of Louisiana. Tommy Tenney was born in 1956.
Reviews - What do customers think about God Chasers Daily Journal: My Personal Record of the Chase?
Great quotes, but skinny lines! Feb 20, 2000
I like the quotes at the top of the left pages as well as Tenney's response to those words and the historical data recorded at the bottom of the pages where needed. There is also a place to record the day, date, time, and location. My only bone with the journal is that the lines are too close together, making for cramped writing.