The Making of an Ordinary Saint Paperback

My Journey from Frustration to Joy with the Spiritual Disciplines

by Nathan Foster;

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The Making of an Ordinary Saint

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Nathan takes readers inside his spiritual excursions as he experiments with the practices his father described some thirty years ago, and explores the disciplines which his father has given his life to teaching and modelling. Nathan tries them on, lives in them for a while, pushes through in order to learn what to keep, and what to work at. By inviting readers to accompany him on this journey of developing holy habits in the midst of everyday life - spouse, children, day job, deadline pressures, the interruptions - Nathan's intention is not to give a "dumbed down" version of his dad's work but rather to provide an interactive exploration of the challenges, joys, successes, and failures of an honest person moving with intentionality toward God. This volume helps the reader discover the freedom, pain, fun, and humour of learning to move away from our selfishness, laugh at our failures, and fall in love with a beautiful God.

The Making of an Ordinary Saint by Nathan Foster was published by Lion Hudson Plc in October 2014 and is our 20396th best seller. The ISBN for The Making of an Ordinary Saint is 9780857216526.

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Details for The Making of an Ordinary Saint

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherLion Hudson Plc (October 2014)
Number of Pages208
Thickness11 mm
Height198 mm
Width130 mm
Product Code4307708
Page last updated 1st August 2018
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