From Faking It to Finding Grace

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Harvest House Publishers, 2005 - Religion - 239 pages

Almost nobody ever admits to going through doubt or spiritual dryness right now. But the truth is, nearly every believer experiences this.

Now--in a book endorsed by Richard Blackaby--Connie Cavanaugh, featured columnist for HomeLife magazine, breaks the silence. Because she speaks out of her own ten-year struggle, readers can trust her to lead the way on a step-by-step path out of the wilderness as she speaks honestly to them:

  • "You may feel disconnected, but you're not alone."
  • "Look ahead instead of back."
  • "Get ready to listen to the Father who's always loved you."

Readers will find new hope as they move from faking it to finding grace from the God who was there all along.

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A must read for those struggling with answers and doubting that God is still there in the face of life struggles. When our intellect and feelings don't match it's too easy to kick self, hide the ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Connie Cavanaugh, the author of From Faking It to Finding Grace, speaks at conferences, seminars, and retreats all over North America and beyond. She lives in Alberta, Canada, with her husband, Gerry Taillon.

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