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That we live in the Information Age is fairly evident to most. One estimate claims that on an overall average, available information is doubling every year. By comparison, it would seem at times that the rate of wisdom increase is almost stagnant. Yet for purposes of daily living, wisdom is much more important and beneficial than raw knowledge. Proverbs is the Bibles central book of wisdom, and in the New Testament, James 1:5 tells us, If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who give generously to all. Much of that wisdom is found in the pages of Proverbs, and this book, Proverbs to Live By, examines a different wise saying every day of the year.
Dr. Heinrichs received his initial Bible training at Prairie Bible Institute and then completed the B RE degree at Providence Bible College and Seminary. His M A. in counseling was earned at the University of Montana, followed by a Doctor of Ministry degree in church leadership at Western Evangelical Seminary in Portland, OR. Harry served as Associate Pastor in two different churches and as Senior Pastor in another four churches. As Minister at Large, he is now giving leadership to REENTRY, a ministry designed to help people find new or fresh purpose in life after losing focus through some major life-event. Additionally, he is providing weekly devotional material to a growing email constituency.