Description: Wonderings is a collection of short stories that reflect greater spiritual and philosophical realities. Drawing from personal experience, Carmen DiCello illustrates sacred truths that inform, encourage, and enliven. These short essays help to clarify the role and significance of faith in daily living. The themes highlighted here encourage an enthusiastic approach to life. They provide wisdom for the journey and help generate an attitude of wonder at the presence of God in our midst. Endorsements: ""While some people look at life and don't see God anywhere, others, like Carmen, see God's hand at work everywhere, even in the mundane annoyances of daily living. Hopefully, these observations will help many more awaken to the joy of living life in the presence of God, expecting to meet and hear from him in the most surprising ways."" --Rick Kantner, Pastor, Word of Life Baptist Church ""DiCello's new book challenges the reader to think about spiritual realities and the Christian faith. His personal stories are particularly enjoyable, for they add warmth to subjects that are often presented by apologists as cold, abstract arguments."" --Steve Gunderson, Community Education Instructor, Casper College ""With the mind of a theologian and a pastor's heart, Carmen DiCello shares some of his personal gleanings from his spiritual journey. As you read Wonderings, you will discover it's okay to be human, and that those with faith can expect to experience times of doubt, depression, challenge, and rejoicing. Carmen's work will make you laugh. It will challenge you. You will be provoked to think. And most of all, you will be encouraged."" --Jason Crowder, Founder and Director, Know Him Ministries ""In Wonderings, Carmen DiCello applies the great truths of the faith to the practical life of the Christian in a very accessible way. This is] a good introduction for the new believer and a gentle reminder for the seasoned Christian."" --Rick Wade, Research Associate, Probe Ministries About the Contributor(s): Carmen DiCello has served as an associate and senior pastor, and he is currently a public school teacher and an adjunct professor at Columbia Evangelical Seminary. Among his many books, he is the author of Truth in Balance: Doing Apologetics in a Postmodern Culture.