Like A Bridge

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Jim Bridger is a broken, spiritual nomad after his ministry and marriage crash. He builds a new career, a restored family and a faith-based movement of business movers & shakers impacting their world. But 'Higher Calling' alienates churched people & pastors while drawing hundreds networked in a less talk/more walk 'unchurch'. Maybe that's the cost to bridge the church/world gap. Maybe not... More

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Words: 108,530
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301862276
About Roger Garth

Roger has been in pastoral ministry in Arizona and California for over 30 years. He's planted 2 churches and done consulting with pastors and churches in recent years.

Currently pastoring a church in Big Bear Lake, CA., his creative communication passion includes writing novels about life in 'the gap' - the bridgeable but significant chasm between 'real world' life and Christian sub-cultures.

Rog and his life-partner, Glenda, have three adult children living across California and carrying on a family legacy - interacting with normal people with God's love... and enjoying life in the process.

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Review by: Nella Beukelman on June 04, 2013 :
The story is compelling to anyone with a conviction to adhere to "The Great Commission " Since the characters are looking for resolution to the coexistence of the traditional church and the generation who seeks less tradition they seem to be able to share insight. It was difficult to put down for normal activity for me. Characters are real - have become friends that I hope to see more of. Beside addressing the 'issue' with more exposure we may find an answer. Authors ability to weave lives so human it is an easy read though subject is very passionate. Looking forward to the next book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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