Bridges with Daniel Ryan Day
"God, why am I here?" Author, speaker, blogger, and believer Daniel Ryan Day spent fifteen years searching for an answer to that question, and the answers he found might surprise you. Day chronicled his search for answers in his book, "Intentional Christian: What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do."
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