Make Room: Finding Where Faith Fits

Make Room: Finding Where Faith Fits

by Jonathan McReynolds
Make Room: Finding Where Faith Fits

Make Room: Finding Where Faith Fits

by Jonathan McReynolds


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God wants to be in everything that has to do with our lives, yet we learn how to separate God from the rest of life early in our spiritual development. But no attitude, no activity, and no element of our lives should be without a faith-infused, God-led foundation.  There is a godly basis for everything you do—posting online, relating to your boss, submitting to your teacher, honoring your mom and dad, performing on your job, and appropriating your talent and money. Making room for God means giving Him unrestricted space to operate in and through your life. It’s the time, energy, and identity you allow Him to use, challenge, and redeem in you so that you can make a difference in the world. Truly making room for God extends into every crack and fold of your life. In his first book, author Jonathan McReynolds draws on the testimony of Scripture and of personal experience to appeal to readers to make room for God in every area of life—public or private, mental or spiritual—to experience the fullness that can come only through an authentic relationship with God. In every chapter, he enlightens marginal and seasoned believers alike about the ways that we shut God out. More important, McReynolds offers honest, practical advice on how to make room for Him every day and in every way.

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ISBN-13: 9781681674377
Publisher: R.H. Boyd Publishing Corporation
Publication date: 10/23/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 144
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jonathan McReynolds has had quite the career as a Grammy nominated artist with multiple #1 albums and songs. Between tour dates, he has earned a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies from Moody Theological Seminary, has become a member of Mensa, and has served as an adjunct professor at his alma mater, Columbia College, since 2013.

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