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Decision Making God’s Way: A New Model for Knowing God’s Will

Decision Making God’s Way: A New Model for Knowing God’s Will

Gary T. Meadors

| Gary T. Meadors | 2003

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“ ‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord” (Jer. 29:11). How can you know what those plans are? Many Christians miss God’s will because they look in the wrong place. In the Bible, believers were concerned with doing God’s will, not finding God’s will. But before you can do God’s will, you must know what it is.

Gary Meadors believes the best guidance for decision making already exists in the teaching of Scripture. He shows how to use an objective process based on understanding the Bible as well as a Christian worldview and set of values, rather than subjective methods. If you struggle with knowing God’s will, Decision Making God’s Way will provide you with helpful, thought-provoking insights for determining the answers to life’s tough questions.

Author Bio

Th.B., Piedmont Bible College; M.Div., Th.M., Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary. Ministry Experience: Missions to Military, 1969-71; Pastoral, 1975-78, 1993-95, and numerous interim pastorates. Academic Experience: Faculty, Piedmont Bible College, 1979-1983; Grace Theological Seminary, 1983-1993; Baptist Bible Seminary, 1993-1995; Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, 1995-present; Administrative, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, 2000-present. Career Path: Missionary to Military, 1969-1971; Pastoral, 1975-1978, 1993-1995, and numerous interim pastorates. Faculty, Piedmont Baptist College, 1979-1983; Grace Theological Seminary, 1983-1993; Baptist Bible Seminary, 1993-1995; Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, 1995-present. Research Interests: Greek exegetical methods; faith/love/hope as the organizing structure for Paul’s theology; how to process decisions within a biblical worldview and values structure; issues in 1 Corinthians. Personal: Dr. Meadors and his wife, Gloria Jean, have been married since 1967. His hobbies include playing the banjo, golf, and spending time with his dog, Willie. How to process decisions within a worldview and