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Donald Miller is the author of several books, including the bestsellers Blue Like Jazz and A Million Miles in a Thousand Years. He helps people live a better story at www.creatingyourlifeplan.com and helps leaders grow their businesses at www.storybrand.com. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Betsy, and their chocolate lab, Lucy.
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We do not need to search for any bullet points about God; all we need to do is recognize His infinite love for us.
Like "jazz" this book doesn't really seem to have a concise point or direction, but rather he writes as though he is engaged in a long conversation about life.
In this book, just like in _Blue Like Jazz_, Miller gives thoughts that lead to criticisms as well as encouragement to the 21st-century church.
A very approachable read. Excellent analogies and the really useful in communicating the faith. This is perhaps a Miller at his strongest to date.Published 29 days ago by Cory A. Pepiton
So direct and so indirect. What a perspective and what a path to better understanding I am loved as I amPublished 5 months ago by Greg Meyer
Complex ideas submitted in an understandable way. Made me consider perspectives I never considered before.Published 5 months ago by Vicki A. Pate
I liked the book; Donald Miller is a great author. The only reason I would say it was good and not great, is becuase I got a little bored in the middle of the book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Brittnee Gilleylen
I haven't watched Patton 360 yet. Am just about done with Searching for God Knows What. It is a a must read for Christians especially those who are Christian on Sunday only or... Read morePublished 6 months ago by GLENN M MIRIKIDANI
Very in lighting. Causes one to evaluate his life as a Christian. Anyone seeking to have a closet walk with God should read this book.Published 6 months ago by Gail P Joule
I just finished reading this book for a second time and had decided to do so because I knew that in the book Miller addresses spiritual doubts, accounts of his own struggles with... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aaron M. Marcelli