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The Road We Must Travel

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The Road We Must Travel: A Personal Guide for Your Journey is a well-organized book written by a fine collection of some of the best writers, spiritual mentors and teachers in contemporary Christian world. A careful reading of the book which is meant to be a guide will undoubtedly help readers to take a firm grasp of themselves as they journey along life’s rugged pathways.

Insightful and practical, the book consisting of eighteen well thought-out chapters are divided into five parts – Part I: Roadworthy, Part II: Necessary Repairs, Part III: Washouts & Detours, Part IV: Traveling Light and Part V: Peripheral Vision. The book offers direction as you steer through unfamiliar roads. The Road We Must Travel: A Personal Guide for Your Journey features one lesson each from Francis Chan, Eugene Peterson, Ruth Barton, Nathan Conrad, Steve May, Tullian Tchividjian, Skye Jethani, Mark Labberton and Donald Sunukjian while Bill Hybels, Mark Buchanan and Gordon Mac Donald contributed two, three and four chapters respectively.

The hurdles along the road of life are not easy to overcome. Yet, this marvel of a book provides guide for every rut, fault and failure, roadblock, pothole, turn and corner of the road. Delightful chapters like Tuning Your Engine, Bad Situations Are Great Opportunities, Yield the Right of Way, and The First Rule of the Road: Love will help you unlearn and learn with a new eye. All in all, this is a book that will help the sojourner move forward, keep balance, maintain regular checks and nourish the soul spiritually. Refreshingly insightful and resourceful, this book must be in the hands of every Christian wherever they are in this journey of life.

Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Worthy Publishing
Publication Date: March 4, 2014
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1617952915
ISBN-13: 978-1617952913
List Price: $14.99

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6 thoughts on “The Road We Must Travel

  1. Sounds good; I shall search this out.
    Peace

  2. I love the metaphor as we are on a journey. We should stop and enjoy it while we can. Thanks for the recommendation, BTG

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