When's God Gonna Show Up?: Daily Discoveries of the Divine

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This delightful book is written to entertain and inspire the faithful to see Jesus Christ in their everyday lives. When's God Gonna Show Up? is a question asked by a four-year-old to his mother when their family was in church for Eucharistic Adoration. His mother is the author of this joyous book, and she writes of understanding God's incredible love for us by trying to understand the information God has given to us.

When's God Gonna Show Up? reinforces the fact that as children...

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Overview

This delightful book is written to entertain and inspire the faithful to see Jesus Christ in their everyday lives. When's God Gonna Show Up? is a question asked by a four-year-old to his mother when their family was in church for Eucharistic Adoration. His mother is the author of this joyous book, and she writes of understanding God's incredible love for us by trying to understand the information God has given to us.

When's God Gonna Show Up? reinforces the fact that as children of God, we'll spend our lives finding the path God has chosen for us and hearing God's voice in silence and also in the voices of strangers and loved ones. This book of loving, heart-warming short stories is organized by liturgical season and cites related Scripture passages and includes questions for personal reflection or group discussion.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764818325
  • Publisher: Liguori Publications
  • Publication date: 6/1/2009
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Marge Fenelon is a Catholic, author, speaker, and columnist.

She's been writing for Catholic publications for nearly two decades including Our Sunday Visitor and National Catholic Register. She's also a contributor to Catholic Exchange, InsideCatholic, and Catholic News Agency's Catholic Womanhood. Her column, The Whirl, appears in the Milwaukee Catholic Herald and has won favorable reviews from laity and clergy alike. She's the author of Waiting with Mary; Advent Reflections for Those Who Hate to Wait, and Ecce Mater Tua - Behold, Your Mother; Marian Stations of the Cross. She's the compiling editor for Reveille for the Soul; Prayers for Military Life. Her book, When's God Gonna Show Up? has gained substantial momentum, spawning her snappy and inspiring When's God Gonna Show Up? Workshop. Her most recent work is When's God Gonna Call Me Back?, and has already been instrument in leading others back to the Catholic Church.

Marge holds a B.A. in Journalism with a Public Relations Emphasis from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a Certificate in Spiritual Mentoring from Cardinal Stritch University, and a Certificate in Marian Studies from the International Marian Research Institute. Marge is an enthusiastic speaker and small group leader and worked as a public relations consultant for several years.

She and her husband, Mark, are members of the International Schoenstatt Movement and assist in the spiritual formation of young couples. They have four children ages 24 to 14.

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