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Falling for God

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Written by Gary W. MoonAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Gary W. Moon

  • Format: Trade Paperback, 240 pages
  • Publisher: Shaw Books
  • On Sale: March 16, 2004
  • Price: $14.99
  • ISBN: 978-0-87788-076-9 (0-87788-076-X)
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about this book

Through Bible study, personal meditation, and classic spiritual exercises, students will discover how to experience God's loving connection with the lover of your soul. The journey will take students through honest conversation and active communion to a deeper experience of intimate union with God.

Why Falling for God is Ideal for College and Seminary Students

The rich use of story, imagery, and humor grab the reader’s attention. The content–modern and ancient wisdom concerning the journey of authentic, Christian formation–is essential to the problem faced by campus pastors and student life directors: how to promote genuine transformation of life and character. Falling for God is an inviting, yet systematic book about how to become more like Christ. It is constructed for both individual and small group use.

Benefits to the Reader

Describes the process of authentic transformation in an inviting manner.

Proposes that real change is a matter of growing in the human-divine relationship dynamics of conversation, communion and union with God.

Story and humor grab the reader’s attention. Bible studies, brief meditations, and the practice of Christian spiritual disciplines make the ideals practical and assessable.

Motivates and equips Christians to nurture an intimate relationship with God by engaging in practices that result in authentic transformation.