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Encountering Jesus

An Exploration of His Life and Works for Grad Students

With the demands and pull of grad school, many see God as either irrelevant or a luxury they can't currently afford. Written by two former grad students who understand these challenges, Encountering Jesus will lead you toward a more genuine relationship with God and help you to discover what God has in store for you in – and beyond - grad school.

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An Exploration of His Life and Works for Grad Students

Authors: Chad Young and Ashley Holleman

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Grad school comes with many challenges and difficulties. It demands time and talents more than undergraduate studies. It exposes weaknesses and limitations- perhaps for the first time - and surfaces insecurities and fears that most haven’t dealt with before. For some, grad school comes with great cost. Relationships, emotional health, and financial security can take a hit.

Most significantly, you may sacrifice a relationship with God. With the demands and pull of grad school, many see God as either irrelevant or a luxury they can't currently afford. But what if that didn't have to be so? What if instead of seeing God as a distraction or maybe even a barrier to your success, you began to see Him as something else? What if you saw God as the one constant, underlying thread who weaves Himself all throughout grad school so that you will come to know Him personally?

Written by two former grad students who understand these challenges, Encountering Jesus will lead you toward a more genuine relationship with God and help you to discover what God has in store for you in – and beyond - grad school.

ISBN: 978-1- 4956-2012- 6
Perfect bound paper back, 146 pages
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