Resurrection of Your Inner Hero: Rendering Passivity Obsolete

Resurrection of Your Inner Hero: Rendering Passivity Obsolete

by Jim Snyder

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Overview

“He’s in there––the man you want to be––or the man you want him to be. Really, he’s in there. And Jim’s book is going to help you find him, and live the life you want to live as a man.” ––John Eldredge, author of Wild at Heart

“Since the beginning of time in the Garden of Eden, man has gone about building a new reality where he is king and controls all things. This flawed intention leads all of us into the dead ends of life where instead of fulfilling the illusion within our mind, we become more frustrated and unfulfilled. Through his excellent book, Jim shows us that the answer is not outside of us nor is it in us trying harder but instead in learning to loosen our grip and trust the only one who has all things under his control. This is a must read for you and all your friends.” ––Pablo Giacopelli, author of Holding on Loosely and Leadership Coach

“Many books intended for men are long on guilt and short on hope. Not this one! I was convicted, challenged, inspired, and given real life application to be the man God intends. Get this book!” ––Chris Wells, Christian speaker & chaplain for the BASS Elite Series

Passivity has been with men since the fall of Adam. While it’s a part of us, it doesn’t have to be the dominant theme in our lives. Resurrection of Your Inner Hero provides detailed examples, illustrations, and explanations that can help men identify their areas of passivity, and the tools necessary to overcome. This epic reversing of Adam’s failure will set men free from the bondage of passivity, help guide them to be the men God wants them to be, and provide restoration to their marriages and families.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781490852874
Publisher: WestBow Press
Publication date: 10/14/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
File size: 370 KB

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