No Small Thing
This book is for those who want to find more purpose and peace in their life. This book is for the person who wants to get closer to God and see Him work in all things. This book will help you to see God in the seemingly, most insignificant areas of your life. This book is for anyone who has ever thought, what is the point to this situation? Why don't big things happen to me? Where is God today? Come with me and explore the small things in life and see if you don't conclude the same thing that I have; that there really is NO SUCH THING AS A SMALL THING! You will have to heal from the inside, out! What does that mean? After 15 years of battling Crohn's disease, the unthinkable happened: my colon perforated. Yes, it is just like it sounds; infection burst a hole through my intestines. I had a huge opening in my abdomen, the size of a football; it couldn't be stitched up. So how did God heal me? It's not what you may think. It was seemingly small and ordinary things that helped me; a walk, a tree, a duck, a picture, a breath, and a pond! Too simple, right? NO SMALL THING; 3 small words when connected to God that have healed me physically and spiritually, from the inside, out. Nancy Lum is a retired registered nurse and has lived in the Kansas City area for the past 2 decades. She and her husband, KW, have 2 sons; Brian and Kevin.
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