C.S. Lewis called it “the long terrible story of man trying to find something other than God which will make him happy.” We are, in fact, in desperate search of someone or something to meet the longing we feel within us. A longing for meaning; to live a life that matters. Look how easily we fawn over and follow celebrities, athletes, and even Christian leaders, eager to associate with something bigger than ourselves. In Search of the King brings to light our inability to satisfy our soul’s desire with a human “king,” leading readers on a discovery of their true purpose: intimacy with the only King who can fulfill our every need.
Format: Trade Paper
Trim Size: 5.375 x 8
Page Count: 304
Category: Religion / Christian Life / Spiritual Growth
Carton Qty: 36
Debut book from a rising young leader in human rights and legislative affairs
Author appears regularly on radio with Jay Sekulow
Author serves as Director of Governement Affairs for the influential American Center for Law and Justice
Thann Bennett and his wife, Brooke, live in Fort Washington, Maryland, with their three children: Jude, Gambrell, and Hope. The Bennetts are longtime members of the National Community Church family in Washington, D.C. In his professional capacity, Thann is the Director of Government Affairs for the American Center for Law and Justice. He has sixteen years of high-level public policy experience, with a particular focus on the U.S. Congress and the United Nations. He is also a regular on-air contributor to the daily syndicated radio broadcast, Jay Sekulow Live! Thann originally hails from the cornfields of Central Illinois and is a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan. He is motivated to write by a belief that God calls those in all walks of life to draw others to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.