Finding Faith by Sharon Gallagher
Life-Changing Encounters with Christ

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As the media portrays it, modern Americans live their lives as though God were not part of the picture. Yet according to polls, two out of five Americans attend church weekly and even more profess belief in God. Sharon Gallagher turns her focus on those people who are moving in and out of church attendance, telling the stories of the people who in ways both expected and unexpected have come to faith and are willing to talk about their doubts and joys, and in doing so shows us how God continues to work in the lives of people today.
 

About Sharon Gallagher

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Gallagher is the editor of "Radix" magazine. She is a professor of Christianity and media studies and the associate director of New College in Berkeley, CA.
 
Published December 1, 2001 by PageMill Press. 225 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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With that definition, Gallagher sets the foundation for the 48 conversion stories that follow, stories of people who turned away from the life they once knew and entered into a relationship with God based on obedience to the Bible and God's will.

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