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Making Room - Doing Less So God Can Do More - cover

Making Room - Doing Less So God Can Do More

Billie Jauss

Publisher: New Hope Publishers

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“What is God doing in and through you?” It’s a question we should all ask ourselves. In Making Room, join a spiritual journey toward the discovery of the reasons behind stagnant faith. Be encouraged to dig deeper, and learn how to put the distractions of life into perspective as you allow God to do more in them and through you. It’s time to embrace all the meaningful life moments God has for you to glorify Him.

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