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Feel like you should do more for the poor but aren't sure where to start? Want to feel closer to God by helping those in need?
In this book, author John Christopher Frame, PhD, having encountered poverty around the world, will help you on your journey of putting your faith into action. With this book's thoughtful, down-to-earth, deep dive into Christian living, you'll feel closer to God, more empowered to care for others, and able to shower the world with God's love.
7 Attitudes of the Helping Heart: How to Live Out Your Faith and Care for the Poor is a captivating, easy-to-read book designed to show you how to keep your faith central in all you do. Through compelling stories and practical teaching, you'll learn how to better love and support those in need.
In 7 Attitudes of the Helping Heart, you'll discover:
- How to cultivate the seven attitudes that will transform your view of underprivileged people, so you can be a more effective instrument of God
- A powerful framework for serving God that will motivate you even when you don't feel inspired to care about those who are poor
- The key to overcoming selfish tendencies, so you can live a more generous life
- How you can care more for others and, as a result, experience God's greater presence in your life
- Unforgettable narratives that provide a window into the lives of people who are poor, and much, much more!
7 Attitudes of the Helping Heart: How to Live Out Your Faith and Care for the Poor is an eye-opening journey that will help you move into the joy of loving others more. If you like on-the-ground wisdom, empowering approaches to serving God, and practical advice, then you'll love John Christopher Frame's inspirational book.
Buy 7 Attitudes of the Helping Heart to better live out your faith today!
What others have said...
"Frame's personal story, mingled with the stories of friends in Cambodia trapped in crippling poverty, creates a compelling narrative for his solid teaching on how we all can nurture qualities in ourselves in order to better care for others in need with a truly empowered, serving, and loving mindset."
—Jamie Aten, PhD, Founder & Executive Director, Humanitarian Disaster Institute, Wheaton College, and author of A Walking Disaster: What Surviving Katrina and Cancer Taught Me About Faith and Resilience
"This book is full of stories of needy persons and generous Christians responding with compassion and love. These stories from around the world both show how we struggle to be generous and also encourage us to move toward greater generosity."
—Ronald Sider, PhD, President emeritus, Evangelicals for Social Action, and author of Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger