Overview

Tracing Infinity will take you on an exploration, one that will show you how close our lives are to heaven and the source of our existence. Discovering God’s immersion in our lives is not complicated; the clues are all around us! We just need to learn how to see. Meadows, mountains, gardens, coastlines, and open rangeland are all God’s classrooms for author Gordon Thomas Ward, and he will teach you how you can find evidence of God wherever you happen to be, even in your own backyard. Our lives are saturated in ...
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Tracing Infinity

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Overview

Tracing Infinity will take you on an exploration, one that will show you how close our lives are to heaven and the source of our existence. Discovering God’s immersion in our lives is not complicated; the clues are all around us! We just need to learn how to see. Meadows, mountains, gardens, coastlines, and open rangeland are all God’s classrooms for author Gordon Thomas Ward, and he will teach you how you can find evidence of God wherever you happen to be, even in your own backyard. Our lives are saturated in God. Even when we feel we are in the wildlands and winters of our lives, we are always in the presence of the Eternal. We can find holy breadcrumbs, evidence of the Infinite, leading us on our life paths and laid out by our Creator. Come and see how the Divine touches us all on our incredible journeys.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148160236
  • Publisher: Engage Faith Press
  • Publication date: 7/9/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 240
  • File size: 603 KB

Meet the Author

Gordon Thomas Ward is a writer, presenter, and musician. Born in Tacoma, Washington, Mr. Ward’s family moved to New Jersey when he was eleven months old. Both of his parents were talented artists and enjoyed the outdoors, and his family divided its time between the family’s home in Bernardsville, New Jersey, and a summer cottage in Maine.
After high school, Mr. Ward studied fi ne arts and psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, New Jersey, where his father was a professor. Gordon currently divides his professional time between writing and lecturing. He has worked as the Ministry Programs Director at a Presbyterian church, as a middle school and high school English and history teacher in the classroom, and as a group transformation facilitator in the experiential education field where he designed and facilitated teambuilding programs. Clients have ranged from education groups in international conference settings to major corporations, government groups, athletic teams, schools, community groups, and individuals.
A lifelong writer, Mr. Ward’s works have included books, speeches, newspaper and magazine articles, poetry, and a CD of original songs entitled Welcome to the Past. Gordon’s earlier books include a book of original poetry entitled Windows (1994), Life on the Shoulder: Rediscovery and Inspiration along the Lewis and Clark Trail (Lucky Press 2005), A Bit of Earth (The History Press 2007), and Ghosts of Central Jersey: Historic Haunts of the Somerset Hills (The History Press 2008).
The author currently resides in northern New Jersey where he continually pursues his other passions for songwriting, natural history, and running.
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