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This breakthrough book can benefit everyone, from those who need help forgiving to those who want a deeper understanding of forgiveness in order to help. Pastors and therapists will find it an invaluable resource for their churches and clients. It provides powerful unique insights to help you forgive deeply and quickly so you can move on with your life to be freer and happier.
Are you seeking healing from the wounds that haunt you? Do you waste precious time and energy thinking about long past hurts and injustices? Or would you like to understand what keeps people stuck in unforgiveness and what you can do to help? Many people are confused about forgiveness and need clarity regarding what it is and how to do it effectively.
Dr. Allen’s book has seven important features:
It is a one-of-a-kind book, unlike any other forgiveness book on the market. The book is full of original innovative ideas that take readers on an emotional journey, exploring the depths of their hearts. For instance, it describes how the Acceptance Conundrum often keeps people stuck in unforgiveness, them struggling, unable to accept the unacceptable.
The incredible story of a lead singer’s rise to fame and his crushing fall when he lost his singing voice, his career, and his marriage–and then found a new calling more in tune with God than he ever thought possible.
Mark Stuart was the front man of popular Christian rock band, Audio Adrenaline, at a time when the Christian music scene exploded. Advancing from garage band to global success, the group sold out stadiums all over the world, won Grammy Awards, and even celebrated an album going certified Gold. But after almost twenty years, Mark’s voice began to give out. When doctors diagnosed him with a debilitating disease, the career with the band he’d founded and dedicated his life to building was gone. Then to his shock, his wife ended their marriage, and Mark believed he’d lost everything.
Unsure of his future, Mark traveled to Haiti to help with the band’s ministry, the Hands and Feet Project. When the devastating 2010 earthquake hit, media learned he was present and sought him out for interviews. Ironically, Mark became the scratchy voice for the struggling Haitians, drawing the world’s attention to their dire circumstances. In the process, Mark found a greater purpose than he’d ever known before. In this gripping, compelling new book, Mark Stuart overlays his story with passages from the gospel of John, urging his readers to listen for God’s voice and to embrace his big love that calls us into a big life.
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In this grab bag, we have 6 e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 6 e-books on discipleship. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
The world is fractured. Tensions are high, patience is low, and goodwill is hard to come by. In The Genius of One, author and pastor Greg Holder reminds us of the high-value Jesus and his early followers placed on community and offers guidance for how to see and relate to one another in emotionally and spiritually healthy ways so that we, the church, can fulfill Jesus’ prayer for us and model a better way of loving one another in a fractured world.
Tracing back to a prayer Jesus prayed on the worst night of his life, “That they”—that we—“would be one,” Holder takes his readers on a winding journey from that glorious prayer to the practical realities of everyday life. For those who cling to the hope that God is still at work, this book will both stir a deeper longing for a better way and provide practical steps toward that way.