True North: Staying on Course Through Life's Changing Circumstances

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Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City, 2007 - Religion - 190 pages
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Thirty-seven years ago Judi Braddy's husband accepted an offer to pastor a church in the tiny, isolated fishing village of Pelican, Alaska. This was a change she certainly had not anticipated and soon discovered, was not prepared for. But as she endured the frigid weather and extreme environment, God revealed the true north points on her life's compass—settings that have helped her keep her bearings—even through some of life's most unbearable storms.True North tells the story of the Braddy's Alaskan adventure and the life-changing lessons God taught them during their service there. As she shares her story, Judi explores how the unique challenges and storms they encountered relate to life and illustrate biblical truths for enduring the unexpected. With laughter and learning, Judi takes you on an enjoyable journey that will help you find faith and direction wherever life turns.For anyone hacking out their own changing, uncharted wilderness trail, True North offers you a hatchet of hope and encouragement and the direction you need to find your true north.

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About the author (2007)

Judi Braddy is an auther, motivational speaker, and credentialed minister. She is a frequent contributor to numerous publications and has written other books including, Prodigal In The Parsonage: Encouragement for Ministry Leaders Whose Child Rejects Faith, It All Comes Out in the Wash, True North, Camp Gramma. Judi and her husband live in Elk Grove, California, where he serves as a denominational executive. For more information about her writing and speaking, visit

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