Almost: Who God Is, What God Does, and How God Redeemed the Life of an Average Underdog
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Almost: Who God Is, What God Does, and How God Redeemed the Life of an Average Underdog  -     By: Gustavo Crocker

Almost: Who God Is, What God Does, and How God Redeemed the Life of an Average Underdog

Foundry Publishing / 2021 / Paperback

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The incarnation of Christ proved to humanity once and for all that God is on our side, even when everything seems hopeless. In Almost, Dr. Gustavo Crocker examines a number of social issues that humanity has always faced but that pose unique challenges for the church today: abortion, child illness and disability, immigration, poverty, war, the misuse of religion, and more. Crocker masterfully weaves snippets of his own humble yet remarkable life story together with robust biblical evidence to demonstrate the unfathomable depth of God’s love for God’s creation. Almost affirms that, with God’s help, anybody’s underdog story can turn into one of victory in the Lord.

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Title: Almost: Who God Is, What God Does, and How God Redeemed the Life of an Average Underdog
By: Gustavo Crocker
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Foundry Publishing
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 0834140497
ISBN-13: 9780834140493
Stock No: WW14049X

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Rev. Gustavo Crocker, PhD, is a missiologist who currently serves as a denominational leader. He has served in Eurasia, South America, and the United States leading church movements that integrate the proclamation and demonstration of the Gospel. For decades he has led and served in organizations that serve marginalized groups through the incarnational work of the church.

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