Hollister, CA, August 20, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Jesus has not limited his miracles to people who lived when he was on earth. Today, miracles continue--and nearly every day someone somewhere reports one. This book, written by award-winning author Bennett Easterling, shines a welcome new light on the miracles of Jesus. Thirty-six miracles are highlighted, then supplemented with helpful background information. Real-life applications applying to our lives today are drawn from each miracle, including powerful true stories of God reaching down and touching people today in miraculous ways. One or two questions are given at the end of each story to help readers reflect on their own faith journey. Readers will find this refreshing new book ideal for both individual devotions and group Bible studies.
"Bennett’s wise perspective about the impact these miracles can still have on us today comes from his own life-long experience with Christ... I know you will enjoy his engaging, thought-provoking and challenging insights and be encouraged in your journey to greater faith in Jesus." - Steve Homcy Director of Adult Ministries, Church of the Redeemer
"This book plumbs the depths of Jesus’ miracles. By weaving the miracles with true stories from today and touches of humor, the narrative comes alive. Indeed, each miracle contains buried treasure which when discovered and applied produces radical life transformation. We’re challenged and inspired to enter into a life God has always desired for us." -Chris Vennetti, Co-Founder, Disciple Nations International
"This devotional does the bottom line well, getting to the punchline of prayerful reflections quickly. It's smooth - feels like I am listening to a warm and fuzzy friend feeding me bits and morsels of wisdom over a cup of coffee!" - Vivian Farley, Leader, Moms in Prayer International
"Refreshing new contribution... ideal for individual devotions & group Bible studies... regardless of denominational affiliations." -MidWest Book Review
Author: Author of the award-winning boyhood memoir, "Of God, Rattlesnakes, and Okra," Bennett Easterling, a minister’s son, earned a BS degree in journalism and MS degree in business administration from the University of Southern Mississippi. He worked for the Atomic Energy Commission in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Department of Energy, and as a staff advisor to Congress on nuclear waste disposal in Washington, D.C. Ben and wife Dot teach church school classes and are lay leaders at Church of Redeemer in Gaithersburg, Maryland. They coordinate hymn sings and worship services at four nursing homes.