Do you desire a sense of community and permanence---despite your frenzied pace of life? Following the narrative of his own experience, Hilburn helps you learn how to put down roots and nurture relationships---no matter how many times you've been uprooted in the past. Includes a reader's guide. 143 pages, softcover from NavPress.
Moving from place to place, not connecting with anyone: Eddie Hilburn calls the "tumbleweed life." And while we can't change the frenzied pace of life--at least not overnight--we can influence how it affects us.
Following the narrative of his own life, Eddie helps us, his fellow wanderers, learn how to put down our roots--no matter how many times we've been uprooted in the past.
By the time he reached twenty-five years of age, Eddie Hilburn had lived in a small town, a rural area, a mid-sized city, and an urban area--providing plenty of material for this book. He still finds himself at home on a ranch, at the corner drug store, or downing cups of coffee at Starbucks. Eddie and his family set down their roots in Frankston, Texas, where he pastors First Baptist Church.
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