In Seven Wonders Of The Faith, Charles Reeb addresses some of the most burning questions that people in the pews are asking -- about issues that often become stumbling blocks to faith. He offers scripture-based answers that will enrich and strengthen the faith of believers while also planting seeds of faith in the hearts of unbelievers. His dynamic messages engage readers and speak to our elemental concerns, inviting us to confront them in an effort to discern a truly mature spirituality. This is an excellent resource for adult Sunday school curriculum, a sermon series, or enlightening personal reading for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of God.Chapters include: * I Wonder If God Exists* I Wonder Why Bad Things Happen To Good People* I Wonder Why My Prayers Go Unanswered* I Wonder About God's Will For My Life* I Wonder About The Miracles In The Bible* I Wonder About The End Of The World* I Wonder About Life After DeathRelevant, focused, timely, mature... these words describe the sermons of Charles Reeb. He has the gift of preaching as well as the unusual ability to prepare sermons for the eye and the ear. If anyone tells you the younger generation cannot preach, tell them to read Charles Reeb's work.William L. SelfSenior Pastor, Johns Creek Baptist ChurchAlpharetta, GeorgiaIn every generation God raises up prophetic voices to disseminate the message of good news in Jesus Christ. Charles Reeb is not only a new generation proclaimer, he is one of the more remarkable new voices in the church.Ed BeckSenior Pastor, Desert Garden United ChurchSun City West, ArizonaAuthor of A Love To Live ByCharles D. Reeb is currently the pastor of Tuskawilla United Methodist Church in Orlando, Florida. He has previously served churches in Lakeland and Plant City, Florida, Atlanta and Athens, Georgia, and has also served as a chaplain and devotional speaker for the Georgia Senate. Reeb's work has appeared in Preaching and Circuit Rider magazines, and he has been a featured preacher on the national radio program Day 1 (formerly known as The Protestant Hour). Reeb also is one of the guest ministers on the Hallmark Channel's Day 1 Diner, a part of Naomi's New Morning. Reeb is a graduate of Florida Southern College and Candler School of Theology at Emory University.