Journey into God's Heart Paperback
The True Story of a Life of Faith
by Jennifer Rees Larcombe;
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A quiet and reflective journey into Jennifer Rees Larcombe's stirring faith, and the trials and tribulations her heart went through.
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Journey into God's Heart
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- For anyone wanting a vivid account of faith
- Jennifer Rees Larcombe shares her story with unflinching honesty
- You'll discover you aren't alone in troubles, and feel affirmed in faith
This book looks back at the traumas and insecurities of her childhood, the joys and trials of family life through the most testing of circumstances, the confusion caused by her life-threatening illness and subsequent miracle healing, the pain of bereavement and - the most recent chapter that no-one foresaw - divorce from her husband Tony.
"Journey into God's Heart" is an epic saga of a unique woman's journey through the fire. This is an adventure that lasts a lifetime, a path strewn with heart-testing challenges. Written as compellingly as a novel, it presents a completely new perspective on the story told in Jennifer's previous autobiographical books "Beyond Healing" and "Unexpected Healing". Her journey unfolds against the backdrop of the momentous changes undergone by the evangelical and charismatic church in the mid and late twentieth century.
Journey into God's Heart by Jennifer Rees Larcombe was published by Hodder & Stoughton in February 2006 and is our 1812th best seller. The ISBN for Journey into God's Heart is 9780340861578.
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Details for Journey into God's Heart
|Author / Artist||Jennifer Rees Larcombe|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton (February 2006)|
|Number of Pages||288|
|Page last updated||16th November 2017|