Wash Each Other's Feet: Healing Our Spirit With Relational Ministry

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AuthorHouse, Oct 5, 2005 - Religion - 196 pages
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Wash Each Other’s Feet - Healing Our Spirit with Relational Ministry,  is the response to the relational  disconnect currently being experienced and deeply felt in our society.  The answer is to Wash Each Other’s Feet daily...with love.   Relational Ministry will affect every area of your life, and every relationship you have, including the one with yourself and, most importantly, the one with God.


Wash Each Other’s Feet gives tangible examples of Relational Ministry in marriage, family, in our churches, in our work places, and in our daily encounters. This book offers tools to support you in your relational journey.  The message will challenge you, encourage you, and ultimately reveal that there is hope!   We believe that Healing Our Increasingly Disconnected World with Relational Ministry is possible, and it starts with you... right now...  "Go now and Wash Each Other''''s Feet as I have shown you."  Jn. 13:14-15

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About the author (2005)

Tammy Amosson is humbled daily by the incredible and awesome love of God manifested in the gift of relationships. Tammy presents workshops, seminars and retreats across the country with a  passionate message of motivating, encouraging and inspiring people to a greater understanding, perspective and compassion in relationship to one another.   Amosson is the founder of Spiritual Fitness Ministry and ''Seize the Day'', a support group for families who have children with special needs.   You can contact Tammy at amosson1@cox.net   


Fr. Gale White is a retired priest whose principal ministry has been helping couples, families, and communities build and maintain healthy relationships.  He has helped thousands of couples prepare for marriage, enrich their marriages, and enhance healing for hurting marriages and families. He has assisted people in learning that by forgiving all those who have injured us (including ourselves), we can be free.


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