In this repackage of Finding Home, Jim weaves a host of equally unimaginable stories from his life together with a casual warmth and familiarity that is immediately comfortable and welcoming. Devoid of formulas but filled with biblical insights, Jim treats us to a feast of self-effacing, yet uplifting stories which cover the spectrum of human longings.
Daly doesn't attempt to sugarcoat his personal history. He resists the temptation to dump buckets of "God talk" on the page and refuses to offer a series of neat, religious-sounding solutions designed to "fix" us. Why? Jim knows that God doesn't always choose to move the same way in all situations. At the same time, Jim is convinced that God still moves, and will heal our brokenness.
In the end, Finding Home grabs us by the scruff of the neck and carries us on an amazing journey to the heart of the Father.
Orphaned, abused, and abandoned, Daly survived 23 different homes and the streets of Los Angeles. His horrific childhood should have left him insane--or in jail. Instead he's now president of Focus on the Family. Readers will be transfixed by this deeply personal memoir and powerful illustration of God's relentless love for the lost and the brokenhearted.
After pursuing careers in sales and international business, Jim Daly became a member of the Focus on the Family team in 1989. Since then he has risen through the company until becoming President and CEO in 2005. He lives with his wife of twenty six years, Jean, and their two sons, in Colorado Springs.
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