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Quite often, we see things only when we are looking for them. This led me to begin looking for glimpses of God in my day-to-day life and all the things that were directly part of my life or just in the world and events around me. In the pages of this book are observations and insights from life—glimpses of God that I only saw because I was looking for them, for him. I found insights into my heavenly Father and his relationship with me, his child, as I looked at and listened to everyday events as a father to my children. That led me to insights about us as human beings in relation to God and each other. That opened my eyes to new perspectives on scripture. I became more aware of God's presence all around us. It helped me bring God into my world. This helped me realize our successes may mean more than we think, and our failures may be of more value than we realize. You have a very personal relationship with an almighty God who knows your name, knows everything about you, and desires a very personal relationship with you. His relationship with you is different from any other relationship he has. It's special to him. Take it. Own it. Make it yours. Look for him. Catching glimpses of him day to day will change your perspective. It will change your relationships with your family, people around you, even with yourself. And it will change your relationship with God.
|Publisher:||Christian Faith Publishing, Inc|
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About the Author
Mike grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a graduate of Georgia State University and has held several corporate positions over the years. Mike spent much of his twenties working with teenagers through his local church in Georgia. It was at this time he became a regular at Metro Bible Study in North Atlanta, playing an instrumental role in the growth of his faith. He has been married to his wife for over twenty years, and they share three boys. While living in Atlanta they attended NorthPoint Community Church and continued their faith journey. Mike was active in sports, primarily baseball, growing up. He has always enjoyed working with kids, and sports presented a great way to do that, providing him the opportunity to coach a number of youth baseball teams. The family moved from Atlanta to the Phoenix area ten years ago, and they currently attend Christ Church of the Valley (CCV). He and his oldest son worked in the children’s department at CCV, and he is very involved in his neighborhood group.