Exploring God’s Heart through His Names

Relationship with God

Do you long to fall deeper in love with God? Would you like to come into His presence in new and fresh ways?

Get to know God

In this workshop, you’ll delve into new depths of God’s character through some of His more than 2500 names, including the riches of His Greek and Hebrew names. How many of God’s names do you know?

Intimacy with God

You’ll discover new insights into your awesome God and learn to experience comfort, strength and hope from understanding God’s character in new ways. Discover how getting to know God more intimately can bring surprising joy.

Through this workshop, you will embark on a life-changing adventure.

This workshop is based on the books, 2031 Names of God: Transform Your Life as You Get to Know God in New Ways and The Surprising Joy of Exploring God’s Heart: A Daily Adventure with 365 of His Names.

Daily Name of God

You can sign up for blogs with God’s Names at DailyNameofGod.com

Look what others are saying about these books and the accompanying training:

Gaylyn Williams has done a remarkable job of identifying and explaining the various names God uses to describe Himself.

–Jerry Bridges, Author of The Pursuit of Holiness

Gaylyn Williams helps us know God better by revealing his character and nature. Take the time to read this book and you will be changed.

—Gary Wilkerson, President, World Challenge; Lead Pastor, The Springs Church

It seems our Creator puts a lot of stock in names. I’m sure He knows my name but do I know His? This exceptional daily devotional reveals God’s character. What a relationship builder is this guide to all who want to draw closer to God. And when we draw closer to Him, “blessings” happen.

—Chuck Asay, Syndicated Editorial Cartoonist

These brief meditations are geared specifically to the contemporary believer’s busy life. Gaylyn shares 365 ways God is addressed in Scripture. And she invites busy Christians (me…you) to engage in understanding God more intimately. These brief, to the point page-long meditations and Gaylyn’s questions urge the reader toward application to personal life in the 21st Century.

—Sandra T. Auer, Cru, formerly Campus Crusade for Christ, Member Care

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