Good News for Those Trying Harder
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Good News for Those Trying Harder   -     By: Alan Kraft

Good News for Those Trying Harder

David C Cook / 2008 / Paperback

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Countless believers are pursuing spiritual growth, only to repeatedly find themselves spinning their wheels and making no progress. Others feel a growing sense of failure and distance from God. But for all involved, it's a frustrating cycle. What can we do when trying harder isn't working? Author and pastor Alan Kraft invites us to be still, still enough to hear the twin melodies that comprise the good news of the gospel: brokenness and faith. Discover the power of a broken spirit, embrace the wonder of living by faith, and experience the joy found when you stop trying.

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Title: Good News for Those Trying Harder
By: Alan Kraft
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: David C Cook
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 9 ounces
ISBN: 1434799409
ISBN-13: 9781434799401
Stock No: WW799401

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Countless believers are pursuing spiritual growth, only to repeatedly find themselves spinning their wheels and making no progress. Many are driven to just try harder. Others feel a growing sense of failure and distance from God. But for all involved, it's a frustrating cycle. What can we do when trying harder isn't working?

Author and pastor Alan Kraft invites us to be still.still enough to hear the twin melodies that comprise the good news of the gospel-brokenness and faith.  These core strains have the power to lift our exhausted heads so we may experience life to the full as Jesus promised. 

Discover the power of a broken spirit, embrace the wonder of living by faith, and experience the joy found when you just stop trying.

Author Bio

Alan Kraft is the pastor of Christ Community Church in Greeley, Colorado. He graduated with honors from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Alan and his wife, Raylene, have four children.

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