qGod's Game Planq will add color, warmth, humor, and imagination to any preacher's message. Its anecdotes can be used by anyone who seeks to interpret more effectively the good news in our day. The book includes over 75 sports anecdotes that relate to all age groups. Themes used cover the entire range of athletics from team to individual competition. Subjects are grouped in nine categories including: Training Risking Losing Winning and Witnessing. Author Richard A. Hasler chooses anecdotes from Jimmy Carter, John Wooden, Frank Laubach, Martin Marty, and many others. The book includes an extensive scripture index. Richard A. Hasler grew up in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. He is an ordained Presbyterian pastor. He holds a bachelor's degree from Houghton College, bachelor of divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and a doctorate in church history from Hartford Seminary Foundation. He has served in churches in Ohio, New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey. He is currently pastor of the Pioneer Presbyterian Church, Belpre, Ohio.Charles L. Allen, The Secret of Abundant Living (Old Tappan, New Jersey: Fleming H. Revell, Spire Books, 1980), p. 48. 8. Alan Loy McGinnis, Bringing Out the Best in People (Minneapolis, Minnesota: Augsburg Publishing House, 1985), pp.
|Title||:||God's Game Plan|
|Author||:||Richard A. Hasler|
|Publisher||:||CSS Publishing - 1990-01-01|