Item description for Draw Close To The Fire: Finding God in the Darkness by Terry Wardle, Elizabeth Hart, Saint Herman of Alaska Brotherhood , Jan Forstrom, Marta Pitt, Pat McEown, Glenn Barr & Kevin Nowlan...
Overview This book lays out the source of healing and charts the path toward healthy relationships and spiritual maturity. How do you respond when you find yourself facing a dark and difficult valley? Most of us want to hurry through the tough times. But when we draw close to the fire of God's presence, we discover priceless treasures found only in the darkness of difficulty and discomfort. For those experiencing the darkness of deep emotional wounds, this book lays out the source of healing and charts the path toward healthy relationships and spiritual maturity.
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Studio: Leafwood Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2004
Publisher LEAFWOOD PUBLISHERS
ISBN 0972842586 ISBN13 9780972842587
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More About Terry Wardle, Elizabeth Hart, Saint Herman of Alaska Brotherhood , Jan Forstrom, Marta Pitt, Pat McEown, Glenn Barr & Kevin Nowlan
Dr. Terry Wardle is Professor of Spiritual Formation, Ashland Theological Seminary.
Terry H. Wardle currently resides in Ashland, in the state of Ohio.
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Finding God and His working in times of personal crisis Jun 1, 1998
Christians aren't immune to the trails and troubles of this world, in fact the opposite may be true. Terry Wardle describes his assent into a period of darkness in his own life and the things that God taught him along the way. Refreshingly there is none of the quick-fix solutions that seem to pervade modern counseling. Instead we find the hidden value in allowing a loving and patient God to deal with us in measured and gradual steps. Personal growth and genuine healing are the results of allowing God to work in us at His paces and through His word and messengers. Rooting out our deepest hurts and restoring us to our position in Christ is often more painful when approached in this way but infinately more successful. The author ends his book with a call for the wounded to become healers for others facing severe crisis. I highly recommend this book for it's clarity, compassion, and candor. It literally helped me to find my way through the deepest darkness of my life.