There is a longing for God in everyone. In our joys, fears, losses and hopes, our lives intersect with the One who created us and loves us. But do we always recognize that Divine Presence? The 46 short essays in this book encourage readers, whatever their beliefs, to consider the struggles of life from a spiritual perspective. First published as faith and values columns in newspapers nationwide, these essays invite the reader to ponder simple and profound issues in fresh and challenging ways. Though shaped by a Christian view of life, each essay can stimulate new thought about oneself no matter the season of faith he or she is in.
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About the Author
Tom Schaefer was a reporter, editor and award-winning columnist for The Wichita Eagle, a daily newspaper in Wichita, Kansas. A former clergyman, he has written extensively about religion and its relationship to people, issues and events for the Kansas newspaper and others. His column was carried for 17 years by Knight Ridder Tribune News Service. He and his wife, Mary, live in Wichita, Kansas.