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Are you restless and looking for more out of life? Do you desire a deeper experience of God s love and mercy? Have you been searching for freedom, peace, fulfillment, and joy? You can find all of these things in the story of Jesus Christ. But be aware it s nothing like you re expecting.
In <strong>Jesus: The Story You Thought You Knew</strong>, Deacon Keith Strohm invites you not just to read about Jesus, but to have a transformative encounter with him. This isn t a book of theology, or an abstract story with little impact on your real life. It is the story that can and will transform you if you re open to it. In these pages, you will discover who you truly are and what you were created for. You will meet Jesus, not simply as an historical figure, but as our living and present Savior and friend.
Encounter again, or for the first time Jesus Christ, who lives ... and changes lives.
<strong>ABOUT THE AUTHOR</strong>
Deacon Keith Strohm is a deacon for the Archdiocese of Chicago and the former Director of the Office for the New Evangelization in Chicago. A well-known international speaker and conference keynote, he has helped tens of thousands of men and women hear the Gospel message and encounter the mercy, love, and power of Jesus Christ. Deacon Keith has extensive experience in creating and sustaining processes and programs of evangelization and formation at the group, parish, and diocesan level that focus on the making, maturation, and missioning of disciples of Jesus Christ. He is also a long-time teacher and collaborator with the Catherine of Siena Institute. He is a co-author, along with six other collaborators, with Sherry Weddell for the book <em>Becoming a Parish of Intentional Disciples</em> a follow up to the bestselling book, <em>Forming Intentional Disciples</em>.
bound: 176 pages
publisher: Our Sunday Visitor (May 11, 2017)
isbn: 168192076X, 978-1681920764,
weight: 6.4 ounces (