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It Is Not About Us

A book for the maturing Christian

by Michael Allen


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/1/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 96
ISBN : 9781449725662
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 96
ISBN : 9781449733018

About the Book

As a pastor, Michael Allen realized there was a real need for Bible study material directed toward the maturing Christian.  There is a wealth of information dealing with salvation and the first baby steps a newborn Christian takes.   Yet, there seems to be a drought of material aimed at those who are attempting to walk in the deeper things of God.  This book is for those who truly hunger for a more extensive knowledge of the most high.  Do you genuinely want to draw closer to God?  Do you want to know him personally and intensely?   Then this book is for you.

 

As the world plummets deeper and deeper into the concept of self as the center  of all living, this book is an insightful look into the heart of God.  If you wholeheartedly desire a greater intimacy with God, this book will provide insights into his character.  Do you dare to see God for who he is?  Then read this book and immerse yourself in the knowledge of his amazing power, love, and grace.


About the Author

Michael Allen was born in Dayton, Ohio.  He received salvation at seven years old.  He preached his first sermon at the age of ten.  He was the son of a pastor and grew up in a God-centered household.   He attended Oral Roberts University, Wright State University, and Golden Gate University.  He has a bachelor’s degree in biology and a master’s in organizational management.  He served twenty years in the air force, where he flew as a navigator on a KC-135A aircraft.  He retired as an air force major.  Service in the air force  presented the opportunity to preach in various churches scattered across the United States.  Additionally, he served as youth minister in many of these same churches.  After retirement from the air force, he then established a new church in Hawkinsville, Georgia.  The church grew from small house meetings to a 7000 square foot worship center.  He next pastored in the Appalachian hills of Gainesboro, Tennessee.  He pastored a total of ten years.  He is currently residing in central Georgia.  He has a wife and two children.