Encountering the Divine Along the Journey of Life
by Sheridan Voysey
Sheridan encourages readers to pay attention to the world, the people in it and those “chance” encounters that might actually give glimpses of the divine.
Sheridan Voysey strikes at the core of human existence and asks, “Is there really a God—and if so, how does that relate to my life?” He starts at the beginning, using experiences of pain and yearning to initiate the search . . . and piece-by-piece constructs a way for readers to come to understand God in the big picture. Sheridan encourages readers to pay attention to the world, the people in it and those “chance” encounters that might actually give glimpses of the divine.
- Appeals to a “seeker” audience by avoiding Christian lingo
- Uses examples from contemporary culture to coax the reader on the road to discovery
- Won the Christian Book of the Year award on its original Australian release
About the Author
Sheridan Voysey has spent almost two decades in media as a writer, speaker, and broadcaster on faith and spirituality. As creator and former host of the radio show Open House, Sheridan has interviewed countless personalities in various fields exploring life, faith, and culture. He has also authored numerous blog posts, articles, and books, including Resilient from Discovery House. Sheridan engages audiences in keynote addresses and seminars around the world. He and his wife, Merryn, live in the United Kingdom.