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Stilling The Storm Juliet David, Hannah Wood

25th July 2012
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18 pages:
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For many Christians, faith tends to weaken during times of crisis. But in his new release, Stilling the Storm, author Rogers Turner Jr. discusses how believers can use trials and adversities to grow in faith.Turner uses the story of the disciples' experience with Jesus on the Sea of Galilee as a point of reference and draws analogies from each account in the Books of Matthew, Mark, and Luke of how believers should respond to times of trouble.Written for Christians in all stages of their spiritual walk, Turner inspires readers to push through life's challenges in order to receive the promises of God. Weaving his own personal testimony, Turner provides readers with foundational steps to achieve breakthroughs when situations appear hopeless.Stilling the Storm is a perfect resource for small-group study or for anyone who desires to grow in faith and develop a better understanding of this often-quoted Bible story. About the author: Rogers Turner Jr., an accomplished teacher and communicator, holds a master's degree in science management. He has worked in the areas of training and development, executive development, and customer relationship marketing. The message that Rogers communicates is, Focus on the details of your relationship with Christ
Juliet David has written many children's stories and Bible activity books. Her other interests include painting, music, and travel to Israel and other Bible lands. This experienced author lives in London with her family.|Hannah gained a degree in history and worked as a graphic designer for several years before finding her true creative outlet as an illustrator. Specialising in brightly-coloured fun illustrations that bring a smile to the young reader's face, Hannah is always ready - pencil in hand - for the challenges illustration brings. Hannah lives in Uppingham in the one-time smallest county in England, Rutland.

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