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Each of us has a picture of how life should go: The dream job. A perfect marriage. Loving, grateful children. But more often than not, life doesn't go according to our plan. So we try to force people and circumstances into our pictures. Our emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being depend upon how close reality resembles our pictures. We've hitched ourselves to the crazy train and we want to get off. But how?
Join counselor and teacher Julie Sparkman in Unhitching from the Crazy Train as she explores Jesus' gentle, yet costly, invitation to true rest - rest that isn't dependent on getting our way, but on the finished work of a Savior who knows what it's like to suffer deep disappointment, yet still submit to His Father.
To all who are weary, who are done, who are need of rescue: Jesus says, "come."
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Julie Sparkman is a full-time certified counselor by the American Association of Christian Counselors. She is also the cofounder and executive director of Restore Ministries, a counseling service for men, women, children/teens, and college students. She has been instrumental in creating and training pastoral care teams.
Jennifer Phillips is the gifted author of 30 Days of Hope for Adoptive Parents and Bringing Lucy Home. A psychology graduate of Samford University, she served as executive director for the local Sav-A-Life, a national network of crisis pregnancy centers. She and her husband Brian have served in Australia with University Impact, a franchise of Campus Outreach but now call Alabama home.
Number of Pages: 158
Vendor: New Hope Publishers
Publication Date: 2018
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