by Jay Ashbaucher

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Faith always has an object.

What you and I believe in is what we rely on to give us what we need and want. There are two important questions to consider:

(1) Is what (or Whom) we "believe in" capable of giving us what we need for life?
(2) Is what we think we want the same as what we truly need?

This book defines faith, answers questions about faith, shows how and why faith works, helps us identify weaknesses and strengths of our faith, challenges us to consider God as the ultimate source of faith, and gives insights on how faith enables us to overcome problems we face. Examples include how faith helps one overcome addictions and how faith helps one establish a positive self-identity. The goal of this book is to help readers grow in understanding and practicing genuine faith, thus becoming the person God created us to be.

If you liked Faith: A Journey for All by Jimmy Carter, Unthinkable Faith by Tracie Miles, I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist by Normal L Geisler, or Fierce Faith by Alli Worthington you are going to enjoy Faith: When the Son of Man Comes, Will He Find Faith On the Earth? By Jay Ashbaucher.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940160727516
Publisher: Innovo Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 09/24/2019
Series: Upload Your Faith , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Originally from Ohio, Jay R. Ashbaucher earned an undergraduate degree in education and a master of divinity degree before serving forty-four years in Montana as a pastor and Bible teacher. He served twenty years as a fifth step counselor and lecturer in an alcohol and drug treatment center where he listened to countless stories of people’s broken lives and struggles to achieve wholeness. From them he learned much about people and himself, which has helped in counseling individuals from all walks of life. He has enjoyed conducting grief classes, small groups, and teaching Philosophy of Christianity at a one-year wilderness Bible college. Now retired and living in Michigan, Jay continues his Bible teaching as an author, and together with his wife of fifty years, is enjoying life with family and grandkids.

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