God.com

God.com

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by James Alexander Langteaux
     
 

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God.com is a refreshing, unflinchingly honest approach to seeking our Creator. Witty, poignant, and surprising text draws today's techno-savvy readers to God's "home page," where they can learn to more fully understand and communicate with Him. In these pages, author James Langteaux boldy tackles some of our toughest questions about maintaining a

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God.com is a refreshing, unflinchingly honest approach to seeking our Creator. Witty, poignant, and surprising text draws today's techno-savvy readers to God's "home page," where they can learn to more fully understand and communicate with Him. In these pages, author James Langteaux boldy tackles some of our toughest questions about maintaining a relationship with an invisible being-discussing God as Father, Lover, and Best Friend. God.com helps readers identify and break down walls of fear so they can allow God's love and purposes to change their lives in profound ways. It invites us all to face the piercing, unpadded truth of God's passion for us and respond, reminding us that our maturity is at stake.

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James Alexander Langteaux has worked in many forms of communication and entertainment on an international basis. After receiving his master's degree in communication at Regent University, he worked as writer, producer, and director for The 700 Club for six years. His work on the NBC miniseries A Woman Named Jackie earned him an Emmy Award nomination. In the mid-nineties Langteaux hosted a weekly, four-hour live music television show in New Zealand, where he also promoted mentoring programs for young people. Today he works in Los Angeles with Media International, which creates videos with strong moral messages for public school audiences.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781576737071
Publisher:
The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
Publication date:
05/31/2000
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.34(w) x 7.49(h) x 0.82(d)

Meet the Author

James Alexander Langteaux has worked in many forms of communication and entertainment on an international basis. After receiving his master's degree in communication at Regent University, he worked as writer, producer, and director for The 700 Club for six years. His work on the NBC miniseries A Woman Named Jackie earned him an Emmy Award nomination. In the mid-nineties Langteaux hosted a weekly, four-hour live music television show in New Zealand, where he also promoted mentoring programs for young people. Today he works in Los Angeles with Media International, which creates videos with strong moral messages for public school audiences.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Awsome book...easy to read...very refreshing to the over-churched! It's about having a REAL relationship with your creator. In light of Matt.7:21 where Jesus says in so many words, 'I don't care how many good deads and miracles you've seen or done, I never knew you...your going to Hell!', it has helped me put a few anxieties and fears to rest thru a brand new closeness to God I did not have before.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is one of the most outstanding books I've ever read. It completely changed my life. This is a book everyone can read use and appreciate.
Guest More than 1 year ago
God.com is a relevent, refreshingly honest book about the God people are searching for, but so often miss in church. James' honest account of his journey of faith is so vulnerable . . . it perfectly communicates what God wants our relationship with Him to be like: real, interactive, adventurous. This isn't a preachy book. It's a story. A story that tells you about the real God and the real Jesus of the bible. If you're searching for truth, you must read this book. And if you're looking to revitalize and better understand your reationship with God - this book willl help you do just that!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is not your typical Christian book that chronicles a man having a spiritual experience. No, this book chronicles a spiritual man having a very human experience. James Langteaux takes us on his journey of belief. This journey cover four continents and about 12 years. Though the natural path of this journey is uniquely that of James, the spiritual path of this journey is that of every man. Written in a simple and easy to read style, the 16 chapters of 'God.com' address the complex and difficult issues we face daily, sometimes hourly, in our struggle to believe God--believe what He say about us and what He says about Himself. The soul-baring honesty of this book is both startling and refreshing. It's about real life, real issues, real struggles and a very real God and His very real mercy and grace. In the past I reviewed books and researched guests for a national Christian talk show and I can say I have never read a book where the author was this raw and honest about who he is without losing sight of who he is in Christ. This is a must read! The A.D.D. Moments are great! Especially the one about windex and cabin fires...Get the book. 'God.com' is a bold book. On the inside front cover, Norm Mintle, President of Pure Media write, 'You've never read anything like this before.' Folks, he ain't just whistlin' Dixie!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just read James Langteaux's excellent, excellent book, God.com. One of the best books I have ever read! It rocks! It's frank, honest, very witty, humorous, a bit irreverant and it speaks to the very generation we're ALL living in. (O.K. and I also got more than a little teary eyed reading it). God.com engages so well the disenfranchised, the disaffected, to those that maybe have grown up in a Christian home but never made the leap to their own faith. It also speaks to the millions who have grown up as products of divorce, who have longed to have a Father they could trust unflinchingly with their very lives. James Langteaux gets high marks for his very innovative style, prose, and layout of the book. He has done a bold thing with the release of God.com. I'm sure some won't get it and maybe others it will offend, but that's O.K. It's not intended for those who have arrived on their spiritual journey, or I should say who think they have arrived, but in reality have never left the station. James Langteaux has really broken some barriers with this call to a revolution to believe beyond what we can see; a call to extreme intimacy with a highly interactive God. It's clear from this book that God has rocked James Langteaux and God.com will rock the reader.