The Chase: a novel

The Chase: a novel

The Chase: a novel

The Chase: a novel

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Overview

The Chase is a story about a man who has been poisoned against religion but who, unknowingly, is desperate to find a meaningful relationship with God. His quest to find purpose and meaning is influenced by his wife, his best friends, and a pastor he meets along the way. The Chase leads the reader through some pivotal decisions and provides a simple structure, called the 3-G lifestyle, for living the Christian life. It is fun to read but also profoundly challenging for the person who wants to be "right with God."


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781646633746
Publisher: Koehler Books
Publication date: 07/28/2021
Pages: 310
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Mario Busacca is the owner of KeyStone Strategies, a leadership consulting firm that specializes in helping people reach their full potential through an understanding of leadership skills. His over thirty-five years with NASA provide him with insight into teams and relationships. As a former religious skeptic, he brings the perspective of the unbeliever to this work. Mario is a quiet, well-mannered person-when he's asleep. The remainder of the time, he is busy teaching Improv, writing and learning the fine art of cooking.

Hoyt Byrum is a retired Presbyterian pastor and the founder of the 3-G Coaching ministry. He has a bachelor's degree from Western Michigan University, master's degrees from the University of Michigan and Princeton Theological Seminary, and a doctor of ministry degree from Reformed Theological Seminary. He is a master life coach and derives his greatest pleasure from mentoring others in living the 3-G lifestyle. He is an avid golfer, but many of his friends suggest that he take up bowling.
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