The 10 Greatest Struggles Of Your Life (Paperback)Colin Smith
In the midst of life's biggest struggles, pastor Colin Smith shows you how to use the Ten Commandments to find the help you need.
Do you struggle with time? With a temper? With dishonesty or discontentment? Whatever it is, find help where it may surprise you: the Ten Commandments.
In The 10 Greatest Struggles of Your Life, pastor Colin Smith opens up the Ten Commandments to show how there is more to them than meets the eye. Moving from dos and don’ts to matters of the heart, they become barometers of your love for God. You’ll discover areas of your life that are out of sync with His will, and you’ll receive wisdom for living in greater love, strength, and freedom in Christ.
Includes a 30-page study guide ideal for personal or group use, helping you take the next steps toward joyful submission to God’s Word.
Also available in Afrikaans under the title Die tien grootste uitdagings in jou lewe
About the Author
Colin S. Smith is senior pastor of The Orchard, a vibrant, multi-campus church in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago. He met his wife, Karen, while studying at London Bible College and later ministered at the Enfield Evangelical Free Church in north London. The Smiths now live in the Chicago area and have two grown children and three grandchildren.
Size140 x 216 mm
Number of Pages204 pp
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