Stretching the Soul: Learning the Art of Watching God Work

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Revell, 1995 - Religion - 188 pages
After his wife's death, Ronald Wilson spent two years bonding with a God who "works in both the major and mundane events of life". Wilson's faith grew even stronger when he remarried and experienced the joys and trials of a blended family and reentry into fatherhood. He addresses practical aspects of Christianity with a unique blend of humor and philosophy.

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Contents

My First Faint Awareness
9
A New Life Out of Solitude
21
God Looks on the Heart
28
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Ronald Wilson spent nearly fifteen years as an independent writer and communications consultant for nonprofit organizations before going to work for the Evangelical Press Association as executive director. He has also served as editor for "Moody Monthly and "Today's Christian Woman. Recently, he has joined a World Harvest Mission team in Dublin, Ireland.

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