In a series of pithy, poignant and profound readings, this book explores the intersection of faith and life. Spotting parables in the everyday, it equips readers to explore whether they might be bumping into God without realising it. Heartening and often humorous, it applies biblical truth in a way that both fascinates and liberates. 'Brian Harris shows us that life's seemingly insignificant moments really do matter. Why? Because God can be found in them. Written with grace, cheer and deep reflection, Could This Be God? is a delightful read that will bring inspiration each day.' Sheridan Voysey, speaker, broadcaster and author 'I couldn't stop smiling as I read this wonderful book. Don't mistake its light touch, practical stance and humorous style for shallowness. It conveys great spiritual wisdom.' Derek Tidball, formerly Principal of London Bible College, currently Visiting Scholar at Spurgeon's College, London
Dr Brian Harris has been the Principal of Perth's Vose Seminary since the start of 2004. Born in South Africa, and a New Zealander by citizenship, he is married to Rosemary and they have three adult children and one grandchild. In demand as a speaker, teacher and writer, Brian speaks at conferences, theological colleges and churches around Australia as well as in other parts of the world. He has a special focus on training leaders. He serves as a director of Christian Schools Australia, chairs the Carey Group (and is also pastor at large for the Carey movement), is the vice-president of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Theological Schools, is a member of the Commission on Theological Education and Spiritual Formation of the Baptist World Alliance, and is an external advisor to the board of Perth's Riverview Church. He has served as a visiting international scholar at Carson Newman University in the USA. He is the author of several books, including a book on leadership, The Tortoise Usually Wins: Biblical Reflections on Quiet Leadership (Paternoster, 2013). His latest book The Big Picture: Building Blocks for a Christian World View (Paternoster, 2015) has just been released. He writes a popular monthly column for Perth's The Advocate newspaper, and hosts a growing blog at brianharrisauthor.com.