The Good News Reader: Five Short Works

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This anthology is meant to help you discern who God calls you to be. It collects into one volume five of Larry Armstrong’s shorter works. In the introduction, he writes, “My desire...was to offer a person who is new to the principles of Christian discipleship help in learning how and why believers do what they do. A young disciple needs guidance in following Jesus Christ." More

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About Larry Armstrong

Larry L. Armstrong was educated at Grove City College in Pennsylvania and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts. He has served churches in Massachusetts, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. In additional to his Smashwords books, he has published Patience: Harvesting the Spirit's Fruit and numerous shorter works. He and his wife Elizabeth live in Latrobe, PA as well as at a cottage north of Pittsburgh. They have four adult children and one adolescent dog.

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Review by: Karen Baney on Oct. 22, 2011 :
Very inspirational and uplifting. This book is a great reminder that God's grace is a gift. We can't earn it. We don't deserve it. But he lavishes his grace on us anyway.

Larry does a great job of helping both new and old believers understand the different aspects of their faith as Christians and he explains why we do what we do: reading the Bible, taking communion, etc.

This series of short works is filled with great illustrations that expand on the author's point, helping the reader fully grasp some of the difficult concepts of the Bible. It is written in a way that individuals from all walks of life and at any stage in their faith can understand and begin applying to their life.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Karen Baney on Oct. 22, 2011 :
Very inspirational and uplifting. This book is a great reminder that God's grace is a gift. We can't earn it. We don't deserve it. But he lavishes his grace on us anyway.

Larry does a great job of helping both new and old believers understand the different aspects of their faith as Christians and he explains why we do what we do: reading the Bible, taking communion, etc.

This series of short works is filled with great illustrations that expand on the author's point, helping the reader fully grasp some of the difficult concepts of the Bible. It is written in a way that individuals from all walks of life and at any stage in their faith can understand and begin applying to their life.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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