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The Father Heart of God: Experiencing the Depths of His Love for You Paperback – January 1, 2004
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About the Author
Floyd McClung Jr. is the senior pastor of a large, growing church in Kansas City, Missouri, and the international director of All Nations Family. He has lectured on more than 100 university campuses and traveled in more than 175 countries.
Top Customer Reviews
When I read the book aloud to my husband, we found it to be a bit dry in spots. I would've liked to see more real-life examples, as these often help readers grasp what an author is trying to tell them. Nevertheless, there were some "ah-hah" moments and parts we re-read. I especially found Mr. McClung's chapter on the "Saul Syndrome" relevant and intriguing.
I would've liked the discussion questions at the end of the book to be immediately following each chapter. I didn't even notice them, until we had read the whole book and it was too late to benefit from the guided interaction that I'm sure would've enhanced our interaction with the material.
Whether or not you are/were a YWAMer, the concepts in this book are really enlightening. Having been through Discipleship Training School in the '90's, we found it to be a good review of one of the key concepts of our missions preparation. For those who are not affiliated with this great Christian organization, it would make a fantastic personal or small-group Bible study to increase your understanding of and intimacy with the God who loves you more than humanly possible.
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Going through this book with a couple of friends. It's a great book to start real heart conversation.Published 11 months ago by Chris Whitler