True North Pb Paperback
Choosing God in the Frustrations of Life
by Gary Heim; Lisa Heim;
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True North Pb
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Frustrations arise when we look to people and things of this world to fill our desires, rather than to the only One who can really satisfy us. "True North" offers a unique, biblical paradigm that gives understanding and help to turn to God in the frustrations of life. Frustration often causes us to "go south" and react in the flesh. We grumble and grasp. God calls us to "go north" and respond to hardship with wisdom and redemptive love. Combining biblical insight with personal stories, practical help, and compelling examples, authors Gary and Lisa Heim encourage readers to turn from self-centered grumbling and grasping to Christ-centered gratitude and giving. As they read stories of hardships and trials, successes and profits, readers will see how frustrations can actually help them grow in their personal lives, in their marriages, in their parenting, and in their ministries.
Believing that learning to live for God through all of life's frustration is an intentional activity for every day, the Heims also provide discussion questions at the end of each chapter to help readers apply biblical truths to situations where frustrations loom. Perfect for use in ministry settings or as a handbook for personal growth, "Truth North" shows readers how to embark on the life-giving adventure of walking with God.
True North Pb by Gary Heim; Lisa Heim was published by Kregel Publications in May 2011 and is our 52939th best seller. The ISBN for True North Pb is 9780825427510.
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|Page last updated||9th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Gary Heim; Lisa Heim|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Kregel Publications (May 2011)|
|Number of Pages||255|