Stretching the Soul: Learning the Art of Watching God Work
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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