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eBook God.net: The Journey Beyond Belief ePub

by James Alexander Langteaux

  • ISBN: 1576739902
  • Category: Christian Living
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: James Alexander Langteaux
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Multnomah; First Edition edition (September 10, 2001)
  • Pages: 200
  • ePub book: 1598 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1263 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 236

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James Langteaux's Go. om transformed thousands of lives with its powerful call to begin the journey called believe. Go. et invites readers to move beyond that first step and take a road trip with God into belief itself.

James Langteaux's Go. Langteaux describes a trek filled both with amazing adventure and deserts of the real - painful moments that propel believers to greater depths and new insights in their walk with God. Written in Langteaux's powerful. om transformed thousands of lives with its powerful call to begin the journey called "believe. et invites readers to move beyond that first step and take a "road trip with God" into belief itself.

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2 February 2017 at 15:24. To help speed up the journey, I jumped on my motorcycle, a sexy, loud bobber - (the kind that used to make me a little angry while I was having lunch at an outdoor cafe).

James Alexander Langteaux has worked in many forms of communication and entertainment on an international basis. After receiving his master's degree in communication at Regent University, he worked as writer, producer, and director for The 700 Club for six years

James Alexander Langteaux has worked in many forms of communication and entertainment on an international basis. After receiving his master's degree in communication at Regent University, he worked as writer, producer, and director for The 700 Club for six years. His work on the NBC miniseries A Woman Named Jackie earned him an Emmy Award nomination. In the mid-nineties Langteaux hosted a weekly, four-hour live music television show in New Zealand, where he also promoted mentoring programs for young people. Today he works in Los Angeles with Media International, which creates videos with.

Josh Hamilton Beyond Belief Baseball motivational Book New York best seller. Beyond Belief : The Secret Gospel of Thomas by Elaine Pagels (2004, Paperback). 2008 Beyond Belief: Finding the Strength to Come Back by Josh Hamilton.

JAMES ALEXANDER Thom. The Slocum family of Northeastern Pennsylvania are the best of the white settlers, peace-loving Quakers who believe that the Indians hold the Light of God inside. It is from this good-hearted family that Frances is abducted during the Revolutionary war. As the child's terror subsides, she is slowly drawn into the sacred work and beliefs of her adoptive mother and of all the women of these Eastern tribes. Frances becomes Maconakwa, the Little Bear Woman of the Miami Indians.

Read Gay Conversations with God, by James Alexander Langteaux online on Bookmate – Representing a first in gay and Christian publishing, this provocative book presents a complete reversal of though. Representing a first in gay and Christian publishing, this provocative book presents a complete reversal of thought and action, contending that God loves homosexuals without attempting to refute scripture references. The study confronts its subject with a quirky sense of humor in the spirit of the bedtime story, providing a rare evangelical Christian volume addressed directly to the gay community.

James Langteaux's God.com transformed thousands of lives with its powerful call to begin the journey called "believe." God.net invites readers to move beyond that first step and take a "road trip with God" into belief itself. Langteaux describes a trek filled both with amazing adventure and "deserts of the real" -- painful moments that propel believers to greater depths and new insights in their walk with God. Written in Langteaux's powerful, poetic style, God.net shows readers how to rely on the safety net of God's Word, depend on the network of fellow believers, become better fishers of men, and enter the "rest of the story," the peace that comes only from living beyond belief.

Comments

BlackBerry BlackBerry
I just finnished this book and though its a 1:15 in the morning I need to write this review. This is an incredible book of truths about The TRUTH!! It is first aid and triage for those in the desert, full of doubts and fears and wondering is all this make believe? You will find yourself on the pages of this book and the person you know is in you. I laughed and I cried and I resonated with the TRUTH in this book. The author is a genius and the style though quite unconventional breathes new life into books about our walk IN Christ. This book was written for me so with that said whatever you gain from it is icing on the cake because its work and purpose was already fulfilled.Take heart though our Lord is Eternal and so are His blessings towards us. This book will bring you face to face and heart to heart with your Creator and Saviour Jesus Christ.

The stories of struggels and disappointments are completely healed as the greater Purpose is revealed. The lives touched and changed washed clean give hope and a challenge to all that will heed. This book is for Now and is an eternal blessing, for the healing that you will recieve as you hear the great things Jesus has done in others your hope and faith will rise. You will know that any desert or mountain is just an path and the greatest purpose lies in the step you are Now taking. A step that you take holding to a nail scared hand. The journey is inspired from above take hold and rest in HIS loving arm. Take my advice and read this tear stained book! GOD bless JB
PanshyR PanshyR
James took me on a self journey through his experiences. The end result is that I want to love the hurting...and "Love the sinner"...and skip the second part of hate the sin. That is God's part. This was truly a life changing book for me. Thank you James for sharing your intimate beliefs.
Samugor Samugor
My favorite of books. Would reccommend to anyone.James Langteaux is a true and genuine believer, this book is life changing.
Forcestalker Forcestalker
Too many of us who started the adventure of "Believe" have wound up losing our bearings in the "desert" of life's journey. We hit the struggles and then try to use our own wits to no avail. Inevitably we become as dry as the desert itself; even cynical. "Was this a trick"? "Did God just bring me out here to dump me"? By revealing the intimate struggles of his life and his relationship with the living God, this author shows himself to be an apostle called by God to lead those of us who have wandered in the wilderness back to rediscover the Source.
There's no religious spirit here. As a matter of fact Mr. Langteaux's refreshing honesty and humor might just wrankle some who have become pious desert dwellers. Hats off to Multnomah for publishing a voice that speaks for a generation that can smell hipocracy a mile away and won't stand for anything less than the genuine.
Let the reader beware, there is truth and life in this book.
Livina Livina
This book picks up where God.com left off. It is brilliant, insightful, but most of all candid. It strips away the superficiality of what a Christian is supposed to look like and instead concentrates, on what a Christian is supposed to be. And "being" is at the heart of this book. Just plain being. It is a freeing look on how God wants us to respond as His children. And that is very much how we would like our own children to respond to us, but with perfect love as the motivator of His relationship with us.
Often God.net is startling. James weaves humorous, sometimes melancholy autobiographical sketches, with Biblical insights
and a dose of refreshing, clever prose.
God.net is not large but I found it a slow read, at least for me.
So many of the things he addresses are ringing true in my life right now, and I found myself mulling over, page by page, what he had just said rather than bouncing merrily through the chapters. For me that means a good read.
From pining away in the desert of the unreal (that we all must experience to get to the real meaning of life) to some cutting insights about what it really means to cut the crap and get fishing, James Langetaux's writing is a fresh wind through the drudgery, pablum, hyperbole, and rules, that dominate most spiritual literature.
I hope this book sets back the church 2000 years.
AfinaS AfinaS
Thank you, James, for exposing and sharing your desert experience -- the one that comes after "believe." Previously vague questions of "where did you go, God?" and "why don't I feel free?" were answered through your honesty, and hope stirred anew. Truth after Truth after Truth was brought to Light as the darkness of spiritual blindness was exposed in your "transparen-see." Thank you for inspiring me to continue my own journey believing in God's net-work. You have identified the voice and heartbeat of the tribe, and you have truly been called by God to expose His Bride to the holy dance of His glory.
interactive man interactive man
I find James Langteaux to be a breath of fresh air. It takes a lot of faith to be so honest. God often leads us all through a desert wilderness to help us find the oasis of His rest. James helps us to better realize that if it were not for the desert place, we might not be able to recognize the oasis when we find it.
Thanks, James. I look forward to what God will lead you to share with us next.