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The Jesus Calling Discussion Guide for Those Facing a Life-Changing Diagnosis

Sara Young

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

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Summary

The Jesus Calling Discussion Guide for Those Facing a Life-Changing Diagnosis is a 52-week resource that utilizes relevant passages from the best-selling daily devotional Jesus Calling®, and speaks to those navigating the reality of a life-altering diagnosis. This guide is written by Kristianne Stewart who is a writer, speaker and founder of Compassion That Compels. This ministry and nonprofit’s mission of hope is to reach those battling cancer with God’s love, reminding them they are never alone. Each weekly session is anchored by related Scripture, and is appropriate for personal reflection or group settings.

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