Waiting for the Train

Biblical Food for Growing Before Going

by S. Tory Teller; Foreword by Josh McDowell



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/26/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 276
ISBN : 9781664232228
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 276
ISBN : 9781664232235
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 276
ISBN : 9781664232211

About the Book

Through faith in Jesus Christ anyone can accept the free gift of salvation (a ticket for “the train to glory”).

The narrator accepted his ticket without fully knowing what it meant. He sought out a mentor, Stan, to guide him in how to mature in his faith while waiting for the train to eternity.

Through casual conversations with Stan, the storyteller’s faith grows in practical, everyday situations. As you join him on his journey, you will feel like you’re listening in on a conversation about God, the Bible, and how to experience personal growth while waiting for the train.

The readings are based on the author’s years of journaling, which helped him cultivate a deep relationship with the Lord. Each reading is followed by Scripture references that connect to the theme of the day. A prayer and “Think on this” questions tie it all together.

Join the author as he is discipled in moving from conversion towards transformation, and what it means for living your life before catching the train.

“There is a place in today’s world for stories that present what Jesus says in a different way, a way that resonates in truth without preaching and without overreaching. That is what Waiting for the Train presents.”
—From the Foreword by Josh McDowell

About the Author

S. Tory Teller has created these devotionals to bridge the gap between those wanting to grow as maturing Christians and those seeking to understand what it means to be a Christian.  He has done so using years of personal reflection and journaling as the backdrop for creating a discipleship tool. He shares with the reader in a conversational format the discipleship mentoring that would have been very helpful for his own personal faith walk.