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Talking with God places the reader in the midst of human life that is sometimes awesome in the beauty of its blessings and sometimes searing in the agony of its pain. The Christian's life includes: church and worship, but also questions and doubts; marriage and family life, but also dissolution and loss; sharing the faith, but also perplexing challenges; the lightness of celebrations, but also the darkness of tragedies. On all the highways and byways of this journey, the traveler of faith seeks after God. Talking with God gives expression to that journey and provides direction for the traveler. The author, Henry Baron, embracing all of his God-given emotions, talks to God from a human heart shaped by faith-wrestling and gratitude, shaped by hard questions and no easy answers. Refreshing--real conversations between human and God--no glib piety. As he says in his book,"we don't insist on answers, Lord. We pray for your presence." Amen. --Chaplain Rozanne Meyer Bruins, MDiv, BCC

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