Item description for Open Your Heart: 12 Weeks of Daily Devotions by Martin Shannon & Carol Showalter...
Overview If you are on a journey of reclaiming your life for God, or rediscovering your true self after a period of living "out of control" in some way, you may need this wisdom. Carol Showalter---the founder of the 3D Plan---has helped change more than 1 million lives with her advice, self-deprecating good humor, and inspiration. Open Your Heart focuses you on the best ways to look for roadblocks that prevent spiritual growth and maturity. If you are undergoing serious changes in lifestyle and habit---perhaps weight loss, or simply gaining control over destructive habits---this is also a time for focusing on the spiritual side of life. Walk with Carol as she addresses: *Learning to Forgive Yourself *The Need to Be Loved *Self-righteousness *Dealing with Feelings of Anger *Playing God *How to Make Every Day a New Beginning
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Studio: Paraclete Press (MA)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.75" Weight: 0.46 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2008
Publisher Paraclete Press (MA)
ISBN 1557255806 ISBN13 9781557255808
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More About Martin Shannon & Carol Showalter
Fr. Martin Shannon is an Episcopal priest, liturgist and writer of daily devotional collections, seasonal studies, and other materials for spiritual formation at his home, the Community of Jesus on Cape Cod. He holds a PhD in Liturgical Studies from the Catholic University of America. He and his wife, Mary, have four grown children.
Martin Shannon currently resides in Aberdeen. Martin Shannon was born in 1965.