9780828016872

Born Chosen: An Adopted Son, a Mother's Search, and God's Perfect Providence

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  • ISBN13:

    9780828016872

  • ISBN10:

    0828016879

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-07-01
  • Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing
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Summary

Mark Witas always assumed that life was a series of random chances. An accident. Then one Friday night his phone rang. It was the mother he'd never known. At birth she had given him up for adoption -- with the stipulation that he was not to be given to a Seventh-day Adventist family. Now, 29 years later, she found him -- only to discover that he was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor. In this book Mark Witas tells the story of all that happened between his adoption and his call to the ministry. His lighthearted adventure in faith will inspire you with the assurance that you have been uniquely crafted from birth -- chosen before time -- to serve a special purpose in God's great plan. With special meaning for parents with children who have left the church, Witas' story is a message of hope for all who wonder about God's leading in their lives. Book jacket.

Author Biography

Mark Witas has been working professionally with young people since 1985. His love for adventure includes white-water rafting, parachuting, and bungie jumping. Between speaking engagements at colleges and academies he serves as chaplain at Mount Pisgah Academy in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. The highest literary award he has received, he says, is an ice-cream cone he bought with the money from a Collegiate Quarterly article

Table of Contents

Preface
Life Happensp. 11
Life Moves Onp. 28
I'm Not Looking for a Date, Sort Ofp. 44
Valuable You (the Theology of a New Paradigm)p. 59
Playing the Foolp. 67
Chosen People Are Light Reflectorsp. 76
Afraid of the Masterp. 85
The Changing Chosenp. 94
Acting Chosen--Where the Rubber Meets the Roadp. 101
Bottom-line Guy--Chosen to Actp. 111
What You Don't Know Could Hurt Youp. 123
Angry at God--"Sometimes I Don't Feel Very Chosen"p. 134
How Chosen Is Chosen?p. 142
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