Book News - Get your copy of Not the Way You Thought It Would Be at Amazon

Author and pastor, Glen Gibson, speaks from over twenty years experience as a pastor in his new book, Not the Way You Thought It Would Be.  As a pastor, he is well acquainted with faith and what is supposed to look like.  As one who holds a B.A. in Religion from Vanguard University and a M.A. from Fuller Theological Seminary, he is well versed in scriptural interpretation and application.  He has written this book to give hope and help to those traveling from faith to faith with God.  Through the life of Abraham, Gibson, demonstrates that a Christian's faith journey is similar.  There are valleys and mountaintops to discovering faith in God.  Come and discover what true biblical faith is according to the Bible.

Gibson's keen insight into biblical concepts gives practical application into understanding what faith is and answers many of the questions that arise through the wanderings along the faith trail.  Many Christians have become discouraged and trapped by the unanswered prayers, delays and testing that come upon the narrow path.  Discover that you are not alone and that many, including the 'father of faith,' Abraham traversed this trail, yet found victory.  Not only was he found to be righteous, but he became a 'friend of God.'  Discover that you can be a friend of God as well.  Learn more about God, faith and trust through this uplifting scriptural read that will help readers discover their purpose in God, transitioning from the old into the new. 

Highly recommended for new and mature believers alike, this book includes a study guide at the end of each chapter that facilitates individual study and/or can be used in a group setting.  A highly recommended read for those that feel burnt out and need help in understanding the journey they are on.

For further information about Glen, his book and how to order, visit Glen L. Gibson.   You may also get your copy of Not the Way You Thought It Would Be at Amazon, in Kindle Edition, at Barnes and Noble and at NOOK Book. Be sure to visit Glen's blog for the latest news and updates.

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