More Than Meets the Eye: Encountering God Where We...
Have you ever seen God in a hospital bill? How about in the story of Cinderella? Maybe in your kid's bike ride? Or that billboard you saw along the highway? We'd all surely recognize God's hand if He changed water to wine at our wedding or raised our...+
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Have you ever seen God in a hospital bill? How about in the story of Cinderella? Maybe in your kid's bike ride? Or that billboard you saw along the highway?
We'd all surely recognize God's hand if He changed water to wine at our wedding or raised our brother from the dead. But in the midst of undramatic everyday life, God is just as active and startling. He's there when we deal with loneliness, struggle with loyalty, or worry how the culture has impacted our kids.
Using experiences and events from lives just like yours, "Doc" Hensley pulls back the curtain to reveal an extraordinary God--doing so much more than meets the eye.
"More Than Meets the Eye offers memorable illustrations, thoughtful questions, and encouraging Scriptures to start or end each day. His years of teaching and fathering fill Dr. Hensley's words with compassion and conviction, suitable for any readers who are looking for more in their walk with God." --Liz Curtis Higgs
Best-selling author of Bad Girls of the Bible
Dennis E. Hensley (Ph.D. British & American Literature, Linguistics, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana) is professor of English and the director of the professional writing program at Taylor University, Fort Wayne, Indiana. He is the author of six novels, including The Gift and The Caribbean Conspiracy and over thirty nonfiction books including Millennium Approaches and The Freelance Writer's Handbook. He has also published more than three thousand articles in such publications as Reader's Digest, USA Today, and People.
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