Thing Beneath the Thing: What's Hidden Inside (and What God Helps Us Do About It)
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Thing Beneath the Thing: What's Hidden Inside (and What God Helps Us Do About It)  -     By: Steve Carter

Thing Beneath the Thing: What's Hidden Inside (and What God Helps Us Do About It)

Thomas Nelson / 2021 / Hardcover

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We all have a surface self we present to the world. But our smiling faces often hide pain we sometimes try to relieve through harmful choices. How can we keep past wounds from damaging us? Carter encourages you to allow God to heal triggers, insecurities, and more so you can experience spiritual health and wholeness. 224 pages, hardcover from Nelson.

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Title: Thing Beneath the Thing: What's Hidden Inside (and What God Helps Us Do About It)
By: Steve Carter
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2021
Weight: 13 ounces
ISBN: 0785235531
ISBN-13: 9780785235538
Stock No: WW5235538

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We all have a surface self we present to the world, but our smiling faces often hide our pain that comes from unsuccessful attempts to find relief through harmful choices. How can we keep past wounds from damaging us? Learn to allow God to heal triggers, insecurities, and more so you can experience spiritual health and wholeness.

Every driver knows the importance of avoiding potholes when navigating a route. Besides the uncomfortable bump, they can create permanent damage to vehicles and endanger entire roadway systems.

The same is true of our lives. We all have potholes that have been formed by pain, trauma, or choices that we’ve made. Usually we find a quick fix, filling the hole with activities and even addictions disguised as culturally acceptable life choices. But before long, the hole is back—and often wider and deeper—waiting to catch us off-guard, which in the end creates even more permanent damage.

In The Thing Beneath the Thing, pastor Steve Carter asks the simple question, "How is life working for you?" He knows that potholes exist and that the longer we live disconnected from answering this question, the more we will fill those holes with harmful choices. The solution? Allow God to fill them with His grace and love so that we can discover the beauty of peace and wholeness He has for us.

The process lies in discovering our:

  • Triggers: the setup that sets us off
  • Hideouts: where we go to escape the pain of our story
  • Insecurities: the false stories we create about ourselves
  • Narratives: the false stories we create about others
  • Grace: the place where we discover how to become whole, holy, and spiritually healthy

Journey with a seasoned fellow traveler who has learned how to ask key questions that help us unlock the places where we’ve buried things. Then we can dig deep, invite healing, and learn new ways to operate so we can begin experiencing the life of freedom Jesus promised.

Author Bio

Steve Carter is a pastor, speaker, author, podcast host, and the former lead teaching pastor of Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago. He hosts the Craft & Character podcast where he helps people get better at the art of communication while ensuring their character always leads the way. His desire is to bring Jesus into every conversation and space he occupies. Steve co-hosts one of the top sports podcasts called The Home Team Podcast with ESPN sports anchor Samantha Ponder and NFL player Sam Acho which unpacks the intersection between faith, culture, sports and family. With a degree in Biblical Studies from Hope International University, Steve has a heart for the local church. Currently an itinerant preacher and teacher for influential churches, conferences, events, camps, and retreats all over the country, Steve lives in Phoenix with his wife, Sarah, and their two kids.

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