About the Book Late pastor Ron Dunn's acclaimed book clarifies the differences between true and counterfeit faith, showing faith's rewards to be more about experiencing God's presence than in earthly blessings. Book Synopsis Many well-meaning Christians misunderstand the role that faith plays in our relationship with God. And because we don't understand the ways of God, we open ourselves up to losing faith if he doesn't deliver what we want, when we want it. But the Bible promises that God always rewards real faith. So what, then, is true faith? And how do we tell the difference between truth and a counterfeit faith that is nothing more than false advertising? In Faith Crisis, Ron Dunn guides us through a study of the nature of faith, using Scripture and real-life examples to show what the genuine article looks like, so there's no mistaking it. You'll learn that it's not about quantity but quality, and that the reward of faith is not in blessings, but in experiencing the very presence of God. About the Author Ron Dunn (1936 - 2001) was an international itinerate Bible teacher and pastor, and he served as minister-at-large for the MacArthur Blvd. Baptist Church in Irving, Texas. Among his books are Will God Heal Me? and the best-seller Don't Just Stand There -- Pray Something. Dunn was also president of LifeStyle Ministries that produces Bible study and audio recordings and is now headed by his wife, Kaye.