Lucado, Max (Lee)
LUCADO, Max (Lee)
LUCADO, Max (Lee). American, b. 1955. Genres: Inspirational/Motivational Literature, Theology/Religion. Career: Minister, radio personality, and author of religious nonfiction and fiction; ordained in Church of Christ. Central Church of Christ, Miami, FL, associate minister, 1979-82; Tijunca-lareja de Cristo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, missionary, 1983-88; Oak Hills Church of Christ, San Antonio, TX, pulpit minister, 1988-. Lecturer on a daily radio program. Publications: NONFICTION: No Wonder They Call Him the Savior, 1986; God Came Near, 1987; Six Hours One Friday, 1989; The Applause of Heaven, 1990, abridged ed., 1993; In the Eye of the Storm, 1991; And the Angels Were Silent, 1992, portions as The Final Week of Jesus, 1994; He Still Moves Stones, 1993; Walking with the Savior, 1993; On the Anvil, 1994; A Gentle Thunder, 1995; In the Grip of Grace, 1996; (with J. Countryman) God's Inspirational Promise Book, 1996; The Great House of God, 1997; Just Like Jesus; When Christ Comes; He Chose the Nails; Traveling Light; A Love Worth Giving, 2002. FICTION: When God Whispers Your Name, 1994; Cosmic Christmas; The Christmas Cross. JUVENILE FICTION: Just in Case You Ever Wonder, 1992; Tell Me the Story, 1992; Tell Me the Secrets, 1993; (with J., A., and S. Lucado) The Children of the King, 1994; (with J., A., and S. Lucado) The Crippled Lamb, 1994; The Song of the King, 1995; Alabaster's Song, 1996; You Are Special; Because I Love You; Jacob's Gift; Just the Way You Are; All You Ever Need; Small Gifts in God's Hands; With You All the Way; You Are Mine; He Chose You; If I Only Had a Green Nose. OTHER: (gen. ed.) The Inspirational Study Bible, 1995. Address: Oak Hills Church of Christ, 19595 IH-10 W, San Antonio, TX 78257-9508, U.S.A.
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