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Vendor: Discovery House
Publication Date: 2013
On the whole, David Roper would rather be fly-fishing. Fortunately for you, he exchanges his fishing tackle for pen and paper to write with uncommon depth, clarity, and relevance.
In Growing Slowly Wise, Roper masterfully lures you to go beneath the surface of the book of James and catch all its timely advice, practical reminders, and inspiration with topics like "The Poor Rich and the Rich Poor," "The Telltale Tongue," and "Wising Up."
Join David in waders and icy mountain streams and find out if Growing Slowly Wise is as good for the mind and spirit as he claims.
David Roper served as a pastor for many years. Now, he and his wife, Carolyn, offer encouragement and counsel to pastoral couples through Idaho Mountain Ministries. David is author of more than a dozen books, including Every Day Is a New Shade of Blue, A Burden Shared, The God Who Walks Beside Us, and Seeing God, and is a regular and popular writer for Our Daily Bread. Nearly one million of his books are in print.
Jim5 Stars Out Of 512/15/15December 15, 2015JimQuality: 0Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I have read this book numerous times & it never fails to challenge me to walk the talk. David writes in a way that gets through to guys like me. It's been part of my daily devotions for years.
Gerald Davis5 Stars Out Of 5July 28, 2009Gerald DavisThis is one of the very best studies I've read on the book of James. Highly recommend it. It is one of the few books that I will read over and over. Excellent!!!
Patricia Satorius5 Stars Out Of 5December 7, 2007Patricia SatoriusDavid Roper has the gift of being able to apply scripture to life's situations with with and wisdom. I heartily recommend everything he has written.
Richard Osenga5 Stars Out Of 5October 10, 2007Richard OsengaThis is an excellent book. Many challenging thoughts that provoke deep thinking and self examination. What a blessing!
Spring5 Stars Out Of 5July 13, 2007SpringAn excellent book by an excellent Author. David Roper writes with a style that is easy to read and understand, yet highly intelligent at the same time. His words are captivating, and sometimes poetic. Growing Slowly Wise is an excellent study on James, and it will stir you up to evaluate the attitudes you have towards your church, your calling, and your walk as a Christian.