Whether he's writing about the current political scene, discussing a passage of Scripture, or telling heart-gripping stories of real people, Joe Stowell finds redemptive insights from life that will challenge, encourage, and inspire. While he was president of Moody Bible Institue from 1987- 2005, Dr. Stowell wrote a monthly editorial column for Moody magazine called "Front Lines." "From the Front Lines" is a collection of the best of these columns that focus on everyday issues, examining them through the lens of biblical truth. 224 pages, softcover from Discovery House Publishers.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 253 Vendor: Discovery House Music Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8 X 5.38 (inches) ISBN: 1572932333 ISBN-13: 9781572932333 Availability: In Stock
Whether he's writing about the current political scene, discussing a passage of Scripture, or telling heart-gripping stories of real people, Joe Stowell finds redemptive insights and lessons from the front lines of life that will challenge, encourage, inspire, and bring smiles and tears. Even in the face of unresolved whys, God's love for us guarantees that we can trust Him, that He will never waste our sorrows, that no problem is too tough for Him, that there is no sin or effect of sin that He has not already covered at the cross. Trust in all that God really is, says Stowell, and we will have courage in the trenches of life and strength for the journey.
Dr. Joseph M. Stowell serves as the president of Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. An internationally recognized conference speaker, Joe has also written numerous books, including Radical Reliance. The Upside of Down, and Eternity. Joe also works with RBC Ministries in Grand Rapids, partnering in media productions. His web ministry, Strength for the Journey, features daily devotionals, weekly messages and commentary, downloadable Bible study curriculum, and an audio library of his most requested messages. Joe serves on the board of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and has had a distinguished career in higher education and church leadership. From 1987-2005 he served as the president of Moody Bible Institute, and from 2005 to early 2008 he was teaching pastor at the 10,000-member Harvest Bible Chapel in suburban Chicago. Joe and his wife, Martie, have three adult children and ten grandchildren.