Do you ask yourself why your prayers seem to go unanswered? Can we really find evidence of God in our life? This book provides the bridge between yourself and God, and shows you how to recognize His gentle nudges. Pages are included for personal journaling, book club participation, and Bible study classes.
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“A very human discussion of our spiritual experience”
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“How many times have you had something happen in your life that you have chalked up to coincidence?” Esther Luttrell asks. “Think back on at least one of those instances and ask yourself if you’re sure it wasn’t God sending an angel to answer your prayer.” In Evidence of God, Luttrell shares her own life experiences–commonplace and extraordinary, heartwarming and tragic–that demonstrate God is with us through every step of our earthly journey. Thoughtful, conversational, and easy to read, this is a book that will have the reader thinking with a new expanded awareness. A thought-provoking question at the end of each chapter will encourage reflection and response, making this a perfect read for one seeking deeper personal insight or for a study or discussion group.
About the Author
Esther Luttrell began her career writing educational films for Ivy League college psychology departments. She later participated in a PhD grant at the UMKC-Columbia as campus filmmaker. When the grant ended, she moved to the west coast where she became executive assistant to the VP of MGM-TV. She also wrote and produced television programs and feature films. A move to Topeka, Kansas in 2003 began a new career as the writer of mystery novels. However, it was her spiritual journey following the death of her son that inspired her to write “Between Heaven & Earth, Proof Beyond Doubt that Life and Love are Eternal”. Her latest book of inspiration, “Evidence of God”, is particularly meaningful to those who feel their prayers have gone unanswered or are on the verge of losing faith. When she isn’t writing, Esther travels extensively as a keynote speaker. She makes her home in the Midwest with way too many cats.
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