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God.com: Extreme Intimacy with an Interactive God Hardcover – May 31, 2000
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About the Author
James Alexander Langteaux has worked in many forms of communication and entertainment on an international basis. After receiving his master's degree in communication at Regent University, he worked as writer, producer, and director for The 700 Club for six years. His work on the NBC miniseries A Woman Named Jackie earned him an Emmy Award nomination. In the mid-nineties Langteaux hosted a weekly, four-hour live music television show in New Zealand, where he also promoted mentoring programs for young people. Today he works in Los Angeles with Media International, which creates videos with strong moral messages for public school audiences.
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I was blessed by the simple message of just believing GOD and this book did stir up the GIFT in me, Jesus Christ, and what was my trust really in. This book has and is crucial to my continued growth in the Lord as it challenged me. As Christians we need to be challenged as to what we really believe about our Father and what/who we trust. Read this book and be blessed and allow the work of the Holy Spirit to rend your Heart to let the Love of Jesus change you into HIS image.
James is very real about his faith and doubts and the life he lives. This is remarkably refreshing and someone you can truly relate to. I found a kinship in trials and doubts that plagued the author but reading how GOD used them and brought forth the treasures of darkness is very encouraging. This is a book of eternal love and life. GOD bless you and may your relationship and communion with the Father grow deeply and may HE use you to change those hearts to eternal life starting with yours. JB
Sure, I caught myself trying to judge James and his heart, but each time, MY heart tried to find it's steel walls to hide behind until FINALLY I realized I was casting the first stone, and then the steel walls disappeared - and now there's no more hiding. My heart had been crying out to meet with the One True God of the Universe, and now I'm on my journey of BELIEVE with no place to hide...no more softwhere...and "thank you a million times, James!, for showing all of us where that journey begins and where it led for you...your courage is that of David's."
This book is definitely "dangerous material" because it WILL expose exactly who you were, who you are, and who you have to become...and the first two will probably not be pretty pictures. It is a book for everyone.(period)
Thank you, James.
I can't say enough about this thought provoking book. To give you an example, I knew someone who was searhcing that I believed needed to read this book.When I gave the person the book I learned that he had met James on an airplane and discussed the book.It was truly a divine appointment . . but the author is like that. He encounters divine appointments ever step.
Langteaux breaks down any fascades. He takes off the mask and exhibits enormous courage in his quest to know God. The words of Janis Joplin's song, FREEDOM'S JUST ANOTHER WORD FOR NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE comes to mind because James risks it all with his brutally honest and refreshingly "realness" in a world known for its phoniness.
In God.Com, James has allowed us to come "inside" to experience his incredible relationship with God without any distractions. He reminds us that we haven't mastered listening to God because,"We are afraid of the silence."
Sometimes I felt as though I was reading a modern day Psalms because the dialogue had the familiar feel of David and his relationship with God. Langeaux's struggles with the Goliaths in his life that he relates in the book are surrendered through his total and absolute trust in the Father.James is walking in signs and wonders and I want to go there. James is a 21st Century David . . .imperfect, incredibly spiritual, honest and closer to God than you would think possible.
The most exciting feature of God.Com is a book that I feel that give to young people and others who are searching but have put off by hypocrisy, judgemental individuals and holier than thou attitudes of Christians. No one could accuse this cutting edge book of any of those sins! James is hip, cool, very with it. The present generation will really relate to him.
While James doesn't have all the answers (yet!) he shares what he has learned in his process of creating an intimacy with God. "I would much rather err on the side of belief than on the side of doubt."
God.Com is life-changing! I didn't know that I was willing to make some of these changes until I read parts of the book. As the author tells us "I don't know the rest of the story, but I know the rest of HIS story! That's enough for him . . .and after reading this book it will be enough for you, too. It was more than enough for me!
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The author presents in a fresh and innovative way the adventure of believing and trusting God.