Dr. David Sherbino


8.5 x 11 - 144 Pages

This book is filled with daily exercises and spiritual disciplines to help you draw close to God. It covers a period of seven weeks, and if you follow it carefully, you will notice a change in your spiritual practise and devotion.

“The banal and heart-denying culture of materialism and secularity is having an unexpected reverse effect. People appear to be more intentional in their search for spiritual life and not less. David Sherbino has been on the leading edge of providing those from a wide range of spiritual heritages with a new and refreshing means of entering into the life of Christ.

“In Re:connect he takes us, day by day, into this rich and inviting life, pointing us in directions that are in sync with the Spirit. David’s understanding of biblical theology and historic patterns of spiritual practises come together to provide a wonderfully helpful guide. As you begin your journey with the Spirit, be sure to take along this guide.”
Brian Stiller, Global Ambassador for the World Evangelical Alliance, serving some 600 million Christians, and president emeritus of Tyndale University College & Seminary, Toronto.

“A life of grace necessitates a journey in prayer. David’s latest book can act as a guide for all of us regardless of where we are on that journey. Practically written, generously conceived.”
Don Morrison, former COO, BlackBerry at Research in Motion (RIM)

David Sherbino is professor of Pastoral Ministries and Spiritual Formation at Tyndale Seminary and senior minister at Cornerstone Community Church (PCC) in Kleinburg. In addition he teaches at several other seminaries and graduate schools in Canada and overseas. He is married to Audrey, an educator, and they have two married sons and five grandchildren. David is an avid hockey player, an enthusiastic motorcyclist and an out-of-control skier.

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  • ISBN: 978-1-927355-20-6
  • 34 Units in Stock
  • Published By: Other

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 03 June, 2015.

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