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My Father's House - Keith Declerck

Paperback Published: 26th September 2007
ISBN: 9781604771022
Number Of Pages: 84

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Writings born of the human condition! My Father's House chronicles the redemption of a soul-from fear and shame, to love, joy, hope of family and friends-these writings will stir the sleeping heart. Already used in ministry by over 500 churches, this work is now available in paperback for the first time. Throughout history, God has blessed certain people at certain times for certain tasks. Once again we see this play out through words that funnel living water to your soul. Included is the chilling short story, Teacher's Cafe. John Michael McGee: Has his Fate been sealed, or does God love him so much that He has gone to extraordinary measures to save him? In this suspenseful trip to Hell and back, he will span the realm of God's omnipresence to find out: When is late, really too late? A riot of emotion: If My Father's House doesn't speak volumes to your life, check for a heartbeat! For 44 years Keith DeClerck was firmly in charge of his own destiny, leaving in his wake a minefield of destruction: bars, strip clubs, unrealized potential, drug addiction, two failed marriages, and a legacy of despair for his children. Then God brought one bible verse to his rescue: II Timothy 1:7 - and his life was destined to change. No longer ruled by fear, his words show the power, love and sound judgment God desires for all of us. Follow the journey through his writings as they reflect the hunger in all of us to find God's joy and peace. Keith and his wife, Carin, are now leaders of a successful Alpha program at their church, bringing others to Christ; and are deeply involved with a restoration ministry that is bringing God's healing - emotionally, spiritually and physically - to anyone led by the will of God.

ISBN: 9781604771022
ISBN-10: 160477102X
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 84
Published: 26th September 2007
Publisher: Xulon Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 0.5
Weight (kg): 0.14

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