Peter Enseleit


Peter Enseleit holds a Degree in Theology from the Sydney College of Divinity. Since becoming a Christian at the age of fifteen, his journey of faith has included many joys and struggles, through which God has increasingly made his presence known. Peter is actively involved in his local church community and has many years of experience in Christian small group leadership. He and his wife Cheryl live in rural Australia with their three children.

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In Pursuit of the Living God
Price: $2.00 USD. Words: 78,910. Language: English. Published: February 8, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Prayer, Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Life / Prayer
In Pursuit of the Living God tries to persuade the reader that an eternal relationship with God is at the heart of all prayer. It explores, in simple terms, the what, why, when, where and how of prayer as revealed in the pages of the Christian Bible. If you've ever wondered why, when we need to pray the most, we often pray the least, maybe this book can lead you to some answers.

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  • Surf and Ski Dawg's Almost Daily Devotion on April 13, 2012

    This an excellent, excellent Christian devotional! Mike Harris has written a very fresh, authentic book of devotions and thoughts on living as a Christian, collected from a series of Blog posts from Mike's writing stands out from much of the usual, dry Christian devotional fare you find in Christian book stores. Being an independent author gives him the freedom to use language which might not pass a traditional Christian publisher's requirements, and thank goodness for that! Each chapter of Mike's book takes a Bible verse or Biblical theme and applies it to the Christian life in a manner which is both familiar and relevant. Each chapter left me encouraged and I often found myself pondering its content well into the day in spite of myself. I thoroughly recommend this book to anyone wishing to be encouraged in their walk with Christ.