The Supranatural Hope Paperback
The Story of Christ in You
by Christen Forster;
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The Supranatural Hope
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The Father has a plan for your life; one that confirms the value He has placed on you. He calls you. Not because He needs servants, but because He has sons and daughters and wants to see them reach their potential.
The Supra-Natural Hope is about discovering the story already being written in you and seeing how it can grow forward.
Christen Forster does an outstanding job of explaining the difference between our identity and our calling; between Gods plan for our life and our part in that plan. I strongly encourage you to read this! Ché Ahn There are very few books on Identity and Significance that call one into life, freedom and opportunity, more often than not striving into striving and self-help... Christen gives us several keys as we find our way through life s difficult challenges.
This transparent and well-written work cannot but help you take huge steps upward and onward to greater comprehension of identity, purpose and hope. John Arnott, Catch The Fire Ministries, Toronto
The Supranatural Hope by Christen Forster was published by River Publishing in September 2013 and is our 1097th best seller. The ISBN for The Supranatural Hope is 9781908393357.
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Details for The Supranatural Hope
|Page last updated||18th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Christen Forster|
|Publisher||River Publishing (September 2013)|
|Number of Pages||168|