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Julie Ann Barnhill's Radical Forgiveness, a natural follow-up to her first book with Tyndale, Scandalous Grace, helps women understand and embrace the power of Christ to eradicate sin and establish a new life of freedom. Enjoy her typically sassy yet vulnerable style as Julie shares from her own and other women's experiences. Along the way you'll see what real forgiveness looks like in everyday life and relationships. There isn't a woman out there who can't relate to Julie Ann Barnhill!
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2005
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 141430031X ISBN13 9781414300313
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More About Julie Ann Barnhill
Julie Ann Barnhill's hilarious yet thought-provoking speaking and writing resonate with thousands of listeners and readers. Interviews with Oprah Winfrey and Dr. James Dobson about the topic of her bestseller, She's Gonna Blow!, have spoken honestly to the hearts of mothers everywhere. Her other books include Radical Forgiveness, Scandalous Grace, and Exquisite Hope. Julie and her husband, Rick, live in Illinois with their three children.
Julie Ann Barnhill currently resides in the state of Illinois. Julie Ann Barnhill was born in 1965.
Reviews - What do customers think about Radical Forgiveness: It's time to wipe your slate clean!?
an attempt to rip off the popularity of Colin Tipping's best seller Jul 31, 2005
I agree with the reviewer Mr./Ms. Cooper who pointed out that this book doesn't hold a candle to Radical Forgiveness by Colin Tipping. Ms. Barnhill's use of the bestseller title seems to me to be an attempt to grab some of the market of folks seeking Tipping's wisdom. Barnhill's concept and her book itself trivializes the depths of what it is that Tipping attempts to get across in his book. Shame on Julie Ann Barnhill for not coming up with a title of her own and for her publisher for this shameless marketing strategy.
Christian Book Previews Mar 18, 2005
`Everyone and everything can be forgiven' is the theme of Julie Ann Barnhill's latest book, Radical Forgiveness. Many have condemned themselves so strongly in areas of their lives, that all hope has been lost for a complete cleansing. This book will show this just is not true.
The use of scripture throughout the book assures beyond a shadow of a doubt that God's forgiveness is so radical, it covers even those hidden spots no one knows about. Julie speaks in such a conversational style you can almost hear her voice. You can picture her sitting next to you assuring that due to the forgiveness and grace waiting, sin confessed and turned from is a beautiful thing. Julie's honesty, vulnerability, and understanding of grace make her more than qualified to write this book.
Leading by example, Julie shows how to face what we really need to face: we are a mess. She writes, "All of us need to embrace the messy reality of our existence, for nothing can happen until we admit it." She leads us there by going first and revealing some of what makes her life a mess. She reveals fact and fiction about forgiveness, and how what we say and what we really mean sometimes are two completely different things. She then gives insight on how to master the mind games we play, and how real girlfriends can make our paths so much smoother.
What an excellent book! Its strength lies in Julie's ability to relate simply one woman to another. She reveals that there is not one thing hidden that could be beyond God's willingness and desire to forgive. If you are a woman who has things concealed, if shame has a hold on any part of you, if you want a friend to help you understand how radical God's forgiveness really is, I suggest you read this book. -- Sheri Carlstrom, Christian Book Previews.com
Raves and Waves for Radical Forgiveness Mar 16, 2005
Julie Ann Barnhill delivers authenticity and vulnerability in her book Radical Forgiveness. In this book you will hear someone say out loud some of internal dialogue in your own head and realize "I am not alone." In the chapter titled "It's all About Me" she recalls overhearing a conversation between two attendees at a Christian convention in New Orleans. They were talking about all the "sinful" people of this city who were probably not Christians. She remembers how turned off she was by the gossip. How many of us have been the "Christian" gossip or have overheard the gossip and been turned off. Julie Ann does an excellent job of convicting in a non-judgmental way because she walks alongside us, not ahead wagging her finger. In fact she walks beside us revealing some of the messes she has made in her own life.
This book will help uncover hidden thoughts, past mistakes and current ways that need to be forgiven. You will be drawn to the pages as Julie shows God's desire to forgive all the messy parts of us. Shame, guilt and concealing are all wiped out completely as God calls us to a place that is so radical that after laying truth on the table we actually find peace, not condemnation.
Radical Forgivness is an excellent book! Julie Ann is funny, honest and real. You will find yourself laughing even as she takes you to a deeper level. Her use of scripture assures us that this idea of forgiveness is truth, not just an idea to make us feel better. If you are scorched in any part of your life, have made a mistake in which you cannot offer forgiveness to yourself, I suggest you read this book!
Radical Forgiveness: It's Time to Wipe Your Slate Clean! Jan 20, 2005
Not to be confused with the excellent Radical Forgiveness, Making Room for the Miracle by Colin C. Tipping!!