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Hustling God: Why We Work So Hard for What God Wants to Give
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Hustling God: Why We Work So Hard for What God Wants to Give

by M. Craig Barnes and Don Hagen

Narrated by Don Hagen

We work so hard at life. Most of us spend year after year trying to get better jobs, better homes, better relationships, even a better spirituality. Yet every day we face the haunting doubt that we haven’t done enough.Jacob would have understood. His name means “striver, schemer, supplanter, hustler.” And as Craig Barnes reveals, he could have been the… Read more…

Sacred Thirst: Meeting God in the Desert of Our Longings

Sacred Thirst: Meeting God in the Desert of Our Longings

by M. Craig Barnes

Jesus once said, "Whoever drinks of the water that I will give them will never be thirsty." So why are Christians still thirsty? We throw ourselves into church work, Bible studies, prayer, missions, fellowship. Yet still we search restlessly for something more. What are we missing?Perhaps the answer is, more of Jesus. Church meetings and programs, ministry, … Read more…

Hustling God: Why We Work So Hard for What God Wants to Give

Hustling God: Why We Work So Hard for What God Wants to Give

by M. Craig Barnes

We work hard at life. We try to get better jobs, better homes, better relationships, and even a better spirituality. We are like Jacob in the Old Testament. His name means "striver, schemer, supplanter, hustler." He could have been the poster boy for the American Dream.But author Craig Barnes says this is not the way we should be living our lives. We should … Read more…

Searching for Home: Spirituality for Restless Souls

Searching for Home: Spirituality for Restless Souls

by M. Craig Barnes

Deep down it's easy to believe that the better job, the nicer house, or the more dynamic church will finally make us feel "at home." In Searching for Home, M. Craig Barnes challenges this belief. He reminds us that paradise is lost and we can't go home again. Our great comfort and hope, however, is that we are never lost to God. Seasoned b… Read more…