God.net: The Journey Beyond Belief
James Langteaux's God.com transformed thousands of lives with its powerful call to begin the journey called "believe." God.net invites readers to move beyond that first step and take a "road trip with God" into belief itself. Langteaux describes a trek filled both with amazing adventure and "deserts of the real" -- painful moments that propel believers to greater depths and new insights in their walk with God. Written in Langteaux's powerful, poetic style, God.net shows readers how to rely on the safety net of God's Word, depend on the network of fellow believers, become better fishers of men, and enter the "rest of the story," the peace that comes only from living beyond belief.
About the Author
James Alexander Langteaux has worked in many forms of communication and entertainment on an international basis. After receiving his master's degree in communication at Regent University, he worked as writer, producer, and director for The 700 Club for six years. His work on the NBC miniseries A Woman Named Jackie earned him an Emmy Award nomination. In the mid-nineties Langteaux hosted a weekly, four-hour live music television show in New Zealand, where he also promoted mentoring programs for young people. Today he works in Los Angeles with Media International, which creates videos with strong moral messages for public school audiences.