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Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 1998
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Through a Season of Grief: Devotions for Your Journey from Mourning to JoyBill Dunn, Kathy LeonardThomas Nelson / 2004 / Trade Paperback$11.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 6 Reviews
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YOU CAN CHOOSE JOY
Life can be tough. Stress, disappointment, heartache, hurtall are part of the human condition. But while pain is unavoidable, misery is optional! The freeing message of You Gotta Keep Dancin is that, no matter what your circumstances, you can choose to be joyful.
Tim Hansel speaks as one who knows. For the past ten years he has lived with continual physical pain, the result of a climbing mishap in the Sierras. But You Gotta Keep Dancin is not just another story of a Christian who had an accident. It is a powerful account of Gods working in one mans physical and emotional suffering, helping him discover the real meaning of joy.
Tim doesnt treat lightly the difficulties of anyones life. In his words, this book is in no way meant to diminish the awfulness of pain, tragedy, and affliction. I dont want to celebrate pain, but more deeply understand the dignity of what can happen in it, through it, and because of it.
Tim Hansel is the founder of Summit Expedition, a wilderness survival school for individuals seeking deeper experiences with themselves, others, and God. In great demand as a speaker and seminar leader, Tim is also the author of the best-selling When I Relax I Feel Guilty and What Kids Need Most in a Dad. He makes his home in San Dimas, California, with his wife.
You have changed my sadness into a joyful dance. Psalm 30:11
Marshall L. Poole5 Stars Out Of 5April 19, 2001Marshall L. PooleNext to Point Man, this is the best book I have ever read. Finding joy through pain is difficult and Hansel empowers you to find the joy.
Jane Richmond5 Stars Out Of 5April 4, 2000Jane RichmondIn this book Tim uses humor and faith to show others how to learn to live with chronic pain. This was a wonderful book that inspired me and reminded me that pain doesn't have to rob us of our joy in life. Fantastic book!