Holy Spirit

Help! Which book blurb would you pick?

Hello fellow book lovers and bible study friends! I need your help!!

We are finalizing the back cover of my next book before it heads on to the typesetting phase with the publisher and I can’t decide which one I like better. Granted, the differences are subtle, but sometimes those subtleties make all the difference!

And so I thought, what better group to turn to than those sharing the journey with me?!

Until May 15, 2018 you can help determine which book blurb inspires you to read more. Ready for the reveal? Then read on! And THANK YOU!!

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OPTION #1: [Story of the Spirit Back Cover]

But how do we trust a Spirit we struggle to understand?

A dove. A rushing wind. Flaming tongues of fire. Scripture pens the Spirit’s story in perplexing ways. Sometimes we struggle to connect with him as deeply as we do God the Father or Christ the Savior, and our life is lesser for it.

Story of the Spirit breaks through relational barriers by exploring his interactions with real people in the Old Testament. Through the eyes and experiences of leaders like Moses, Gideon, David and lesser known heroes like Bezalel, we discover a Spirit who:

  • Ignites potential in unlikely places
  • Champions second chances
  • Emboldens the insecure
  • Revitalizes the weary
  • Transforms places of wounding into places of worship

When the Spirit enters the scene, people change.He rewrites the narrative of their life in ways they never imagined possible, and he can do the same for you! The adventure begins by connecting with the whole of who God is—Father, Son, and Spirit­— and discovering why he’s worth trusting for today’s reality and tomorrow’s unwritten potential.

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OPTION #2: [Story of the Spirit Back Cover]

Ever feel like you’re settling for a two-thirds connection with God?

Our kinship with Christ brings comfort, and we find courage in the Father, but how well do we really relate to the one described like a dove, a rushing wind, or flaming tongues of fire? The Spirit is vital for the vibrant relationship we crave, but sometimes we struggle to make sense of the mystery masked in confusion and controversy.

It’s time to turn the page in our relationship with the Holy Spirit.

Story of the Spiritbreaks down relational barriers by exploring his interactions with real people in the Old Testament. Through the eyes of leaders like Moses, Gideon, Elijah, and lesser known heroes like Bezalel, we discover a Spirit who

  • Ignites potential in unlikely places
  • Champions second chances
  • Emboldens the insecure
  • Rejuvenates the weary
  • Transforms places of wounding into places of worship

When the Spirit enters the scene, people change. He writes a narrative with their life they never imagined possible. Their stories inspire us to embrace the adventure of trusting him with our own life and finally experience the connection we crave with the whole of who God isFather, Son, and Spirit.

 

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Thank you, friend!!

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