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Living Life Well by Embracing Hope
If God’s original intent for us is to be whole, then why are there times we feel so broken?
We deal with stressful circumstances every day. Yet in those times when our life journeys bring extra adversities, bad news, health challenges, disappointing losses, pain, and suffering –for ourselves or our loved ones – our old ways of handling tough life challenges often no longer work.
We must discover new ways to find an enduring kind of hope that helps us uncover how to live well and wholeheartedly in the journey.
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*all profits received by author will be donated to cancer research or support groups for cancer patients and their families.
Have you noticed that when we are in a place of suffering our attention seems to center on the circumstances that caused it and how we develop a longing to return to what we once knew as normal.
When we remember that God’s original story for us is to be whole – body, soul, and spirit our journey can shift to embrace a more holistic type of healing.
My book “Embrace Life, Embrace Hope: Cultivating Wholeness and Resilience through the Unexpected” weaves concepts and practices from different fields like counselling, ministry formation, spiritual direction, and life experiences, to help readers learn new ways to:
- Cultivate sacred space for their soul;
- Be inspired to live well in difficult places;
- Create space for their heart, body, mind, and soul to flourish;
- Build resilient ways, uncover wholeness and hope; and
- Not just survive but thrive.
AUTHENTIC | ENCOURAGING | INSIGHTFUL
After having mentored many, facilitated groups, led retreats, counselled individuals and couples, and trained teams internationally, I encourage listeners and readers to cultivate curiosity, choose hope, seek wholeness, and develop life practices that nurture our souls uncovering all that God has in store for us.
Let’s choose to live well even in the difficult places.
No matter what!