The Encounter Paperback
Sometimes God Has to Intervene
by Stephen Arterburn;
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A wealthy businessman travels to Fairbanks, Alaska, to learn why his mother abandoned him when he was a child, and in the process learns that not everything is as it appears to be.
'The Encounter', the unique new book from best-selling author and counselor Stephen Arterburn, is a moving parable involving Jonathan Rush, a wealthy and famous entrepreneur, who is tortured by bitterness toward his mother who abandoned him when he was four. He travels to Alaska to find her but instead meets an enigmatic old woman known only as Mercy. Mercy has the information he needs but is strangely reluctant to talk to him. Somehow Jonathan must find a way to persuade a frightened woman to unlock the secrets of his past.
The book includes an invitation to the readers to verify the facts of their own stories, to accept the reality of their existence, especially the most painful ones, and to live in forgiveness. The end result is a healthy new way to look at life with an ability to share hope with others for the future. Healing is possible but requires truth, acceptance, and forgiveness, including of oneself.
The Encounter by Stephen Arterburn was published by Thomas Nelson in November 2011 and is our 4044th best seller. The ISBN for The Encounter is 9780785231950.
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|Page last updated||29th August 2016|
|Author / Artist||Stephen Arterburn|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (November 2011)|
|Number of Pages||224|