Description

"Unearthing Truth is a spiritual journal that brings readers on a journey through an entire year. Great for small groups and mentor relationships, its easy to use with daily thoughts arranged around weekly themes (i.e. Doubt, Humility, Acceptance, Pride, Timing, Refuge, Control, Contentment, etc.), quotes, Bible verses and more, its questions will spark the reader to identify and process the spiritual journey they are experiencing. As a process of maturing and of owning their beliefs, many young adults begin to doubt or altogether abandon their faith, or rebel against it altogether. The author in this case was looking for a way to ask honest, probing questions and provide a place to write down thoughts. Without blame or shame, in full-disclosure, it uses these questions to gently lead young people to or back to the Christian faith. Unearthing Truth is an excellent tool to help young people process the issues they face as they transition into adulthood, which often brings with it questions about faith, life, and future. It is especially appropriate for people who may have walked away from faith, and is designed with a tender spirit that leads them back. It provides a platform for honest discussion about the issues every young adult faces during their time of transition. Great for use with mentoring groups, one-on-one, or individually. Ideally designed for people who have questions about faith and are looking for a way to process them that eventually leads to finding answers. Also available in textured purple softcover (see separate listing)."
  • ISBN13: 9781938633096
  • Publisher: Samizdat Creative
  • Pubilcation Year: 2012
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00442
Specifications
FormatPaperback
Publication DateDecember 1, 2012
Primary CategoryReligion/Christian Life - Devotional
Publisher ImprintSamizdat Creative

Unearthing Truth:A Daily Spiritual Journal (Black Softcover)
 by 

Ed Hatt

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