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Part of our Guidebooks for Life series, in this book from Bryson Smith you will explore the vital topic of 'faith'.

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Everyone knows that faith is central to the Christian life. But what is ‘faith’? What makes it so important? What are we meant to have faith in, and what difference should our faith make to everyday life?

In six short chapters, Bryson Smith takes us on a climb—a climb to look out at the magnificent wisdom of God and understand faith in all its glory. In the course of this journey, we start to grasp what a life of faith looks like and why faith is more precious than gold.

This book is part of our Guidebooks for Life series. Like other titles in the series, it covers an important issue of the Christian life in an accessible and straightforward way.

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About the author
Bryson Smith is part of the ministry team at Dubbo Presbyterian Church in rural NSW, Australia. He has been living the faith for over 30 years and never ceases to be amazed by God's goodness and patience with him. Bryson is married to Sue and they have three children. He enjoys listening to blues music, watching good movies and dragging a camper-trailer around Australia. Byson is also the author of a few of Matthias Media's ‘Interactive Bible Studies’ and ‘Pathway Bible Guides’.

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ISBN 978-1-921441-03-5
Author Bryson Smith
Format Book
Studies/chapters 6
Series Guidebooks For Life
 

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