—Lysa TerKeurst, author of It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way
Learn to overcome obstacles—one step at a time through your faith in God.
Life often sends hard things our way: illness, financial struggles, broken relationships, and so many kinds of loss. Sometimes we can’t imagine a way forward. So how do we keep going when everything is going wrong? Rachel Wojo has learned that hope rises to greet us when we find the strength to take One. More. Step.
Like you, Rachel has faced experiences that crushed her dreams of the perfect life: a failing marriage, a daughter’s heartbreaking diagnosis, and more. In this book she transparently shares her pain and empathizes with yours, then points you to the path of God’s Word, where you’ll find hope to carry you forward. One More Step gives you permission to ache freely—and helps you believe that life won’t always be this hard. No matter the circumstances you face, through these pages you’ll learn to:
· run to God’s Word when discouragement strikes
· replace feelings of despair with the truth of Scripture
· persevere through out-of-control circumstances and gain a more intimate relationship with Jesus
Rachel identifies the reasons you may tempted to quit and shows you where to find the courage to keep going, one step at a time.
You’re not alone. So don’t give up. God won’t let you down. That’s a promise.
|Publisher:||The Crown Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.21(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.59(d)|
About the Author
Table of Contents
1 Permission to Ache Freely 1
2 A Place for Hope 13
3 Love: The Ultimate Pain Reliever 24
4 The Buried Treasure of Trusting God 36
5 Gifts in the Desert 49
6 The Purpose Behind God's Plan 61
7 The Necessary Grace 73
8 Overcoming the Overwhelming 85
9 Ditch Your Carry-on 99
10 Stop Watering the Weeds 111
11 Fighting Fatigue 125
12 Someone to Lean On 138
13 Your Signature Here 150
14 Sitting on "E" 163
15 The Good White Flag 172
16 Finding Joy in Strange Places 185
Discussion Questions 195
Thoughts to Keep You Going 199
The Hymns Behind One More Step 206
Additional Information Regarding MPS and Related Diseases 209