EXPERIENCE GOD UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL LIKE NEVER BEFORE
We have a God who wants to be known. He doesn’t hide Himself or make us jump through hoops to get close to Him. He sent His Son to become the Way to His heart. When we learn to pray and worship in the manner He intended, the result is nothing short of miraculous. Why? Because there’s blessing, healing, wholeness and every good thing in God’s presence.
Rissa Singson Kawpeng tackles such an ethereal topic as worship without the nosebleed, theological, pie-in-the-sky discussions. Practical, easy-to-understand and filled with stories, this book contains lessons she’s learned as someone who has made worship a lifestyle.
You are known and loved before anyone knew your name.
That’s hard to imagine in a world that’s getting more and more connected through technology while fostering virtual, shallow relationships. We are fast losing our ability to be intimate.
That’s why Fr. Bob McConaghy’s book is timely. He reminds us that God loves us intimately and calls us to draw closer to Him. God wants to spend time with us. He wants us to know Him in a deeper way. And the way to do that is through prayer.
In these pages, you will learn to:
• Pray even when you don’t feel like it
• Unleash the redemptive power of suffering
• Make sense of God’s answer when He seems to be saying no to your prayer
• Grow your soul even during painful times
• Appreciate the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist as you have never done before
And many more truths that will make prayer a joyful and personal experience with the Living Lord.
A little book of Spiritual truths that holds tremendous power that will serve as your spiritual guide. Thirty-eight short reflections guaranteed to refresh a sagging spirit and breathe new life into your jammed schedule.
A compilation of thirty-six bite size pieces of wisdom put in simple words, it is sure to captive your hearts with ordinary stories and talents that anyone could identify with. This book reminds us to once again, pause and look into the miracles that we can’t find in our lives.