Life with God: Reading the Bible for Spiritual Transformation
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About the Author
Richard J. Foster is the author of several bestselling books, including Celebration of Discipline, Streams of Living Water, Life with God, and Prayer, which was Christianity Today's Book of the Year and the winner of the Gold Medallion Award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. He is the founder of Renovaré, an organization and a movement committed to the renewal of the church of Jesus Christ in all its multifaceted expressions, and the editor of The Life with God Bible.
Foster is a reliable, compelling guide for a life in which God is a defining agent. The news from Foster is good indeed: God is with us!--Walter Brueggemann, Emeritus Professor of Old Testament, Columbia Theological Seminary
"A deep reflective guide to spiritual rumination and growth."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"Richard Foster awakens us to God's continued desire to commune with us despite the deafness of our sin-blunted ears. From long experience, he shows how the dynamic use of the spiritual disciplines can open our ears to God's voice. A book to read slowly."--David Neff, Editor in Chief, Christianity Today
"Alluring warmth, empathetic breadth, and twenty-twenty perceptiveness, mild on sin but firm on grace, have together become the hallmark of the Renovare books. This pathway into the "with-God life" is a worthy addition to the study."--J.I. Packer, Professor of Theology, Regent College and author of Knowing God.
"For some time now Richard Foster has been teaching us how to live with a living God. Those of us who would follow Jesus, must inculcate and practice the disciplines required for discipleship. Who better points us toward the discipline life than Richard Foster? This is a transforming, radiant book."--Will Willimon, Bishop, the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church and author of Conversations with Barth about Preaching (Abingdon, 2007)