The glasses we wear change everything about us. . .
Did you know that each one of us wears glasses? Even if you have 20/20 vision, you wear worldview glasses, a particular set of lenses through which you view the world and interpret life. For example, how do you see God? Is He loving, relational, cruel, distant, or maybe just imaginary? And how do you see yourself? As a good person who is in control, happy, and living with purpose? Or instead as insignificant, lost, or broken? The answers to these questions have life-changing implications and deserve careful consideration.
The good news is, you can change your glasses. . .
Using concise chapters, reflective poetry, and thoughtful study questions, Michael G. Garland invites you to see the world through a different set of glasses. While exploring the Christian perspective, The Glasses We Wear will challenge you to examine closely the lens through which you see God, the world, and yourself.
About the Author
Michael G. Garland is employed as an orthopedic physician assistant. He and his wife Joelle have four children and are awaiting the arrival of two adopted children from Haiti. They live near Portland, Oregon. Visit his blog at www.reflect-god.com