Fingerprints of God - Taking a Closer Look

Fingerprints of God - Taking a Closer Look

by Brett Champan

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Life and meaning surrounds us, though we can often lose sight of it. Thankfully, there are those things that come along every once in a while to open our eyes. Fingerprints of God seeks to do this by taking a closer look at elements of creation that have wooed us since childhood – fire, rivers, wild winds, storms, rainbows, and lights in the sky, and looking into the Bible to reveal the spiritual parallels and principles that each carry in our everyday lives.

Life is deep and wide. Come and see.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013831032
Publisher: NorthWaters Press
Publication date: 12/30/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 85
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Brett Champan was raised in Wausau, Wisconsin and continues to reside in the Midwest, splitting his time between the Northwoods and bright lights of Chicago. His dog Cruzer is usually close at his side.

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Fingerprints of God - Taking a Closer Look 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
EWang1 More than 1 year ago
This book is short and very sweet.  It's a very calm and meditative experience to read.  I loved it.
librarydude1 More than 1 year ago
While many words have been written to describe The Word ("Logos"; Gospel of John 1:1), Brett Champan in his new book, Fingerprints of God, takes us on a splendid tour of nature's beauties and dangers in order to illustrate deep life principles that concern us all. Brett limns out personal scenes and vignettes from his faith journey and work experiences and combines them with the rich spiritual backdrop. Stepping vicariously into the author's treks and journeys along striking, pristine hiking and horseback-riding trails, the reader discovers rippling brooks, warming campfires and distant, stirring winds used as nature metaphors to illuminate a greater purpose and a calling to the Creator. This book is recommended for young adult and adult audiences who want personal edification, particularly in an outdoor setting.