A Faithful Heart: Daily Guide for Joyful Living  -     By: Sally Bishop Dyck
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A Faithful Heart: Daily Guide for Joyful Living

Abingdon Press / 2010 / Paperback

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Passionate - Called - Holy - Equipped - Joyful - Loving - Learning - Authentic

With these eight words you change your heart and the hearts of those around you. A Faithful Heart is an eight-week journey into these words. Follow along and find yourself strengthening your heart and experiencing God in a more powerful way. Author Sally Dyck combines Scripture, engaging stories, and the faith of Mary to encourage women to grow and share their heart. The study can be done on your own or with a group of other women. Paperback.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1426709986
ISBN-13: 9781426709982
Availability: In Stock

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Passionate  Called  Holy  Equipped  Joyful  Loving  Learning  Authentic 
These eight words, so simple on a page, yet when they are lived out daily they will change your heart and the hearts of those around you. A Faithful Heart is an eight-week journey into these words. Follow along and find yourself strengthening your heart and experiencing God in a powerful way. In the pages of this book, Sally Dyck combines Scripture, engaging stories, and the faith of Mary to encourage women to grow and share their heart.

Experience A Faithful Heart on your own or as part of a community of women who want to open themselves up to the richness of God's daily presence.
A separate Leader Guide is available order item #9781426710834 

Author Bio

Sally Dyck is bishop of the Minnesota Conference of The United Methodist Church. She received theological training from Boston University School of Theology (M. Div., 1978), University of Geneva/World Council of Churches (graduate certificate, 1978), and United Theological Seminary, Dayton, Ohio (D. Min., Black Church Studies, 1989). Her upbringing in a Mennonite home instilled in her the understanding that personal piety is inextricably woven to peace and justice advocacy. She has been married to the Rev. Kenneth Ehrman, a United Methodist elder, since 1976. The two have traveled the globe together by plane, bicycle, and on foot.

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