When Changing Nothing Changes Everything: The Power of Reframing Your Life
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When Changing Nothing Changes Everything: The Power of Reframing Your Life  -     By: Laurie Polich Short

When Changing Nothing Changes Everything: The Power of Reframing Your Life

InterVarsity Press / 2017 / Paperback

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We often face circumstances we cannot change, and the stress of everyday life can overwhelm us, making it difficult to see past the obstacles in our path. These unwanted challenges, and lack of control, can leave us desperate and in despair, longing for an easy way out.

In When Changing Nothing Changes Everything, Laurie Short offers a simple but revolutionary idea: change nothing that is around you, yet still change everything about your life. With the help of four different “lenses”, Laurie shows how the way you see, can have an impact on how you live. If you put on the right “lenses”, you can reframe whatever comes your way and embrace the good and the bad. The easiest way to find lasting purpose and meaning is to recognize every detail of your life is in God's hands. Your perspective has more power than you think, changing nothing, but seeing differently can determine the course of your life.

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Title: When Changing Nothing Changes Everything: The Power of Reframing Your Life
By: Laurie Polich Short
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 0830844791
ISBN-13: 9780830844791
Stock No: WW844791

Publisher's Description

Reframing your perspective can transform your life. We often face circumstances that we cannot change—a job we are forced to keep, a relationship that did not work out, a decision we cannot take back. The stress of life can overwhelm us, and we may not see past the obstacles in our path. In the face of unwanted challenges, we may despair over our lack of control and long for an easier way out. Laurie Short offers a simple but revolutionary idea: change nothing that is around you yet still change everything about your life. With the help of four different lenses, Laurie shows how the way you see can have an impact on how you live. If you put on the right lenses, you can reframe whatever comes your way and embrace both the good and the bad, recognizing that every detail of your life is fully in God's sovereign hands. Jesus indicates the power of focus when he says, "The eye is the lamp of the body, if the eye is good then the whole body will be full of light." It's the easiest way to find lasting meaning and purpose. Change nothing, but see differently. Your perspective has more power than you think to determine the course of your life.

Author Bio

Laurie Polich Short serves as associate pastor at Oceanhills Covenant Church in Santa Barbara, California. A speaker at numerous conferences and colleges, she is also the author of Finding Faith in the Dark.

Editorial Reviews

"This isn't a book about rosy glasses, says the author. It's about reframing and refocusing what you see in life in a different way. Polich Short presents four lenses: The big view lens, which helps you see your life from a broader perspective; the present view, which helps you see what you might be missing now; the rear view, a lens that will give you insight on how you are wired; and the higher view lens, which will reveal more of what God wants you to see. . . . Recommended to serious Christian readers."

-- Michelle Lovato, Christian Market, May 2017

" When Changing Nothing Changes Everything ends with an invitation to begin a life of reflection. Short assures that by re-viewing your life, happiness and fulfillment are attainable even in difficult and unchangeable circumstances."

-- Geraldine Richards, ForeWord, July/August 2017

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