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Made Well Finding Wholeness in the Everyday Sacred Moments

BAKER PUBLISHING GROUP

9780801018909

Made Well

Finding Wholeness in the Everyday Sacred Moments

About

"Life-giving hope whispers from these pages."--from the foreword by Margaret Feinberg, author of Fight Back with Joy

When He walked the earth, Jesus said to an unwell man, "Do you want to be made well?" His invitation stretched beyond physical healing--He sought to restore the soul. The same invitation stands for us today. For anyone struggling on the journey toward wholeness, Jenny Simmons offers a resting place and a friend along the way. With personal insight into emotional pain, she invites you to encounter a God who is working out your restoration--often in surprising ways. Her humorous and inspirational prose lights a path toward wholeness.


"If you need a companion on the road to being made well, start here. This book is a balm for the weary."--Rev. Eugene Cho, pastor, humanitarian, and author of Overrated

"You can find wholeness in the ordinary sacred moments, if you will take time to notice. This book will show you the way and remind you of God's abiding love."--Mike Foster, author, pastor, and founder of People of the Second Chance

"These brave stories will breathe hope into your journey and inspire you to keep pressing forward."--Lindsey Nobles, COO and chief strategist of IF:Gathering


Jenny Simmons is a dynamic storyteller and lover of people who sees God's redemptive hand at work in the world around her. She is a sought-after musician and speaker who has garnered a devoted following on her blog (www.jennysimmons.com). As the lead singer of the former band Addison Road, she traveled the country performing alongside her husband, Ryan, for over a decade. Jenny and Ryan live in Nashville, Tennessee, with their daughter, Annie.

  • Format
    Paperback
    ISBN
    9780801018909
    Dimensions
    5.5 x 8.5
    Pub. Date
    Sep 2016
    SRP
    $14.99
    Number of pages
    208



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