Walking Forward

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Xulon Press, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 136 pages
Unforgiveness is like drinking poison and waiting for someone else to die! Forgiveness, and the ensuing and growing freedom and spiritual health that result from both giving and receiving it, is a vital key to experiencing the life that God intends for us. These true stories and experiences will take you into one woman's journey forward in learning how God can speak about freedom and forgiveness through everyday events. These stories of adventure, despair, elation, sorrow, successes and failures will encourage you to hear God's voice in your own life situations as He shows you more of His character. Walk forward into the arms of Jesus and into the freedom and healing that forgiveness brings! Arden Campbell has been an English teacher for 21 years and served as a missionary in Hungary for 11 years. Her life in Hungary included hosting and helping lead short-term missions teams, working with orphans, helping to plant an international Christian fellowship, discipling women, leading worship, organizing outreach events and conferences, doing inner healing ministry, and teaching English as a second language. Her passion is to see people set increasingly free in their walks with Jesus! Arden currently lives in Kansas City, MO.

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This book has changed my life...yes, I am the author of it, but I've gone back again and again to read the stories of my own life and the lessons I've learned along the way about freedom and forgiveness, and my life continues to be transformed as a result. This is a great book for a small group study as questions at the end of each chapter will provoke discussion. I hope you get your copies today and discover yet more ways to walk in freedom! 


Recognizing Freedom and Forgiveness
Freedom and Forgiveness Behind
Freedom Through the River
Trapped in a Stairwell
Locked Doors
Freedom Road
Experiencing Freedom and Forgiveness
Logjams to Freedom
Freedoms Sometimes Painful

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