God is Near

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The Bible tells one story. It’s about how a Holy God deals with a sinful, fallen and broken people. At the center of that story is Jesus. Fellowship was broken in the Garden of Eden but God didn’t really go anywhere. The story of “God with us” doesn’t begin and end in the Gospels. GOD IS NEAR is his promise to his people, and it’s found in every book of the Bible. There should not be a disconnect between the Old Testament and the New. The Father, Son and Holy Spirit are actually at work throughout. Sometimes we need to step back and look at the big picture. 

By Dan W. Stockton on May 27, 2014

Please take time to enjoy the applications found in our new author’s book. I highly recommend you take time to find the connections between “the same God of the Old Testament” and “the same God of the New Testament” and ultimately His promise to HIS people. God is Near his people. He has been. He is. And, He will continue to be.  Read more 

God is near (and) that He always has been … Inspiring book!

By Steve May on June 19, 2014

The book is an exceptional primer for those journeymen seeking to, as the book indicates, draw near to God. The author covers a good bit of the Biblical Creation story and moves the reader through an application process of both Old and New Testament accounts of God’s desire to have an intimate relationship with man, in spite of man’s sinful nature. The language within the text is readable and not so “stuffy” as to be intimidating Read more


The Gospel for Left-Brained People
By Karen Denise Spencer on June 20, 2014

Bunch takes the reader on a whirlwind tour of the Old Testament, at every stop showing the progressive relationship of God to His people. Then in Christ God was more than near; He was truly one of us, and is with us here and now through the Holy Spirit… Read more

Book Review: God is Near by Clark Bunch
June 23, 2014

The result is a concise, informal Bible summary that offers great giveaway potential to that person in your circle of friends who has started asking questions about your faith; but also offers a few insights for those of us who have been in church from infancy. Read more by Paul Wilkinson at his blog Thinking Out Loud

This is the type of writing we need in this day when we’ve become enamored by the fruitless random flipping through Scripture that ignores the beauty of a completed story finding everything in Jesus Christ. Read more by Michael Sweat at his blog Resting In His Grace

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