The Jesus Touch
From the time we are born, we crave human touch. Newborns and mothers bond through the sense of touch. Children hold hands as if it's part of their DNA. We shake hands, hug, high five, and give pats on the back as ways of showing love and connectedness.
God created us with the desire to be touched.
When God became flesh in the form of His Son, Jesus, He came, not just to teach, but to touch. He came not just to heal, but to hold. Jesus touched the lives of the people He met, and every touch made a difference. His touch transformed lives.
Jesus wants to be connected to you. He wants His touch to change your life. He wants you to feel His presence in your everyday life. Open your life to The Jesus Touch.
About the Author
Debbra Stephens is a working mother-of-two in Marietta, Georgia. She is a dedicated student of the Word and loves to share her insights through teaching and writing. She actively serves on the Women's Ministry Team at Burnt Hickory Church of Christ and blogs at debbrastephens.com.
Table of Contents
Week 1 Anna, the Devoted
Week 2 John, the Persecuted
Week 3 Philip, the Useful
Week 4 Matthew, the Changed
Week 5 Jairus, the Desperate Parent
Week 6 A Greek Woman, the Different
Week 7 A Would-Be Disciple, the Uncommitted
Week 8 Bartimaeus, the Blind
Week 9 A Suffering Woman, the Hopeful
Week?10 Lazarus, the Bound
Week?11 Malchus, the Wounded
Week?12 Caiaphas and a Criminal, the Proud
Conclusion ? Remembering the Touched
by Debbra Stephens
Publisher: 21st Century Christian
Size: 7.0 x 9.5