Paul E Bryan
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Services Offered
Supporting other Christain nonfiction writers
Most Recent Book Title
Who Is This God? A Handbook for life with Him (unpublished)
Book Description
There is a “pandemic” of infectious unbelief in America today! Ninety-four percent of adult Americans say knowing the God of the Bible is not important1. Instead, they have created their own idea of who they want Him to be.

People don’t know what they don’t know. Who Is This God? is a Christian non-fiction book that unravels the confusion and lack of knowledge to help people discover God’s nature and character. In so doing, it demonstrates how to develop a personal relationship with Him and grow spiritually amid the natural and supernatural worlds in which they exist.

Who Is this God? is unlike most other Christian living books, most of which are based on a single Biblical topic. Instead, it is a comdendium of Biblical subject matter that provides an extensive overview of Christian life and spiritual growth with God. Its atypical design of the twenty-nine topical chapters allow Who Is This God? to be read as a book and used for Bible study and discipleship. Multiple subtopics within the chapters enable it to be read and studied in short durations when time is a premium.
Additional Book Titles
No other books are published. Two others are planned.
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Location (city/state/country)
Jeffersonville, Indiana, USA
Author bio
Paul E Bryan's passion has been knowing God and serving Him since he committed my life to Jesus Christ in 1976. Since then, he has developed and supervised ministries and taught many adult Bible study courses for Sunday School, mid-week studies, and home groups. This has been done for multiple churches of various denominations. The decades of ministry leadership and teaching enabled him to learn to serve people with varying degrees of spiritual maturity. This translated into the unique content and design for Who Is This God?

His bachelor's degree in psychology and Master's in Business Administration (MBA) were invaluable in his 30-year professional career in technology management as well as leadership and teaching in Christian ministries and organizations. . He taught at Southern Oregon University for two years as an Associate Professor in the Business College's undergraduate and Master's in Management programs. Teaching young and mature students helped him adapt instruction to different learning levels. His training in Industrial Engineering and bent for continuous improvement enabled him to develop and manage new processes and teams. He designed and managed one of these new processes and teams for the technology department of cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ). While working there for five years, he was also an adjunct professor at the University of Central Florida for a year.
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