Learning to be Desperate for God - David Trementozzi - Episode 7

How do some Christians manage to find the motivation to keep growing even when they go through tough times? If someone so much as cuts you off in traffic, it can be tough to remember to be like Christ. A lifestyle of discipleship requires one key element to help you keep growing in tough times. It requires a desperation for God. In this episode, David Trementozzi honestly talks about how he and his wife walked through the painful journey of three very difficult pregnancy losses and the desperation for God he learned to cultivate in the middle of those trying times.

David Trementozzi is a Professor of Theology as well as the Vice President of Education and Academic Dean of the Masters Program at Continental Theological Seminary in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, Belgium. He has served in ministry for over 10 years in pastoral, youth, college and career areas. David has a BA from Messiah College, an MDiv and Ph.D (Theology) from Regent University. David has written both devotional and theological books. He also has a weekly devotional blog, Desperate for God. David and his wife, Emily, live in Brussels, Belgium with their three children: Judah, Kaleb, and Halle where they serve as missionaries with the Assemblies of God.

You can find out more about David and his blog Desperate for God at davidtrementozzi.com 


Light for the Dark Night by David Trementozzi

The Way of the Thorn by David Trementozzi

Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis

The Problem of Pain by C. S. Lewis

Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster

The Spirit of the Disciplines by Dallas Willard

The Century of the Holy Spirit by Vinson Synan

Introduction to Pentecostalism by Allan Anderson

Salvation in the Flesh by David Trementozzi

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